4 edition of Publications on theoretical foundations of information science found in the catalog.
Publications on theoretical foundations of information science
I. M. Basova
by All-Union Institute for Scientific and Technical Information in Moscow
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by I.M. Basova, A.I. Chernyi and F.A. Sviridov.|
|Series||FID ;, 513, FID publication ;, 513.|
|Contributions||Chernyĭ, Arkadiĭ Ivanovich., Sviridov, F. A., Vsesoi͡u︡znyĭ institut nauchnoĭ i tekhnicheskoĭ informat͡s︡ii (Soviet Union), International Federation for Documentation. Committee on Research on the Theoretical Basis of Information.|
|LC Classifications||Z699.2 .B36 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||81162742|
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