Online and CD-Rom Review: Volume 18 Issue 5

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

THE WORLD OF INTERNET: A CLIENT‐SERVER ARCHITECTURE AND THE NEW GENERATION OF INFORMATION SERVERS

R.E. Leon

This paper draws attention to the value of a new generation of information servers as a tool for human communication. Section I introduces the notion that the Internet is…

HOW DOES DIALOG'S TARGET WORK?

E. Michael Keen

This article reports an attempt to understand how a new non‐Boolean ranked output online search facility works. In December 1993, Data‐Star Dialog released a relevance…

SOCIAL SCIENCE, HUMANITIES, NEWS AND GENERAL (ISSUE 4)

Martha E. Williams, Ellen Sutton, Brett Sutton

This is the fourth article on Social Science, Humanities, News and General (SSH) Databases in a continuing series of articles summarizing and commenting on new database…

THE FUTURE OF RESEARCH COMMUNICATION

Jack Meadows

One of the looming questions for researchers is — how will we be communicating about our research by the end of the century? Forecasting is always a dangerous activity…

ADOBE ACROBAT AND THREE RIVALS

Pages created for print can simultaneously become electronic publications by means of a recently introduced kind of software. It is on Adobe Acrobat that this update will…

LEGAL DEPOSIT OF ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS

Peter Hyams

Since no one can be sure of future scholars' needs, it is safest to keep a copy of everything published; that is the theory behind legal deposit. Electronic publishing…

NEWS ROUNDUP

Paul Blake

Stakes are raised in online market This month's news roundup is dominated by a series of announcements which raise the stakes significantly in the online consumer market…

ISSN:

1353-2642

Renamed from:

Online Review

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1999

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited