Very Good. NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., . 1st Edition. [xviii]+394+pp. Black cloth with green and orange printing and orange design to front cover. VG in edgeworn DJ. With publisher's review slip laid-in. Inquire if you need further information. Gach.
Very Good. Ex-Library Withdrawn. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 394 pages. "This book is intended for the reader who wishes to share some exciting ideas concerning the dynamics of knowledge and the development of information technologies. It differs from other books about information retrieval in that it stresses ideas rather than accomplishments. The problem of organization information has recently become one of great concern to government and industry. Several universities have recently established programs in "information science"; others have included information-retrieval courses in departments called "computer science" or communication science." VERY GOOD HARDCOVER, ex-library withdrawn.
8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xviii, 394 pages. Essays on application of information technology to the dissemination of knowledge. Dust jacket torn, curled at edges, and worn at joints. Notation in pen on front endpaper.
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