Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 32 Issue 3

REDUNDANCY, RELEVANCE, AND VALUE TO THE USER IN THE OUTPUTS OF INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS

C.W. CLEVERDON, J.S. KIDD

A test was carried out to investigate the assumption that there is a significant level of redundancy (or notional overlap) between documents. The first part of the paper…

RELATIONAL INDEXING APPLIED TO THE SELECTIVE DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION

PENELOPE A. YATES‐MERCER

Farradane's system of relational indexing, which had been previously used in a retrospective search system with good results, was further tested as the indexing language…

PROGRESS IN DOCUMENTATION

W.E. BATTEN

This review aims to present a speciality to the general documentationalist. It will contain too little chemistry for the chemist, and too little documentation for the…

COULD BIBLIOMETRIC DATA BE USED TO PREDICT THE CLINICAL SUCCESS OF DRUGS?

DONALD A. WINDSOR

Bibliometric traits were used to describe the development and clinical use of levodopa as an antiparkinsonian agent. Yearly percent compositions of a complete collection…

DOCUMENTATION NOTES

E. VAN TONGEREN

I would like to comment on the article by Mr M. B. Line and Mr D. N. Wood on ‘The Effect of a Large‐Scale Photocopying Service on Journal Sales’, which was published in…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden