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Information Systems in Science and Technology

Scientific knowledge has grown to such an extent that personnel must specialise in order to be competent. To gain access to the knowledge of others, specialist information stores, that is, libraries, documentation centres, archives and data banks, have been developed. The function and role of such stores are examined, and the cost and time savings involved in the use of secondary information sources and services outlined.

English

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