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Acquisition and Organization of International Documentation

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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1. Dimitrov, Theodore D.  The Documentation of the United Nations and Other Intergovernmental Organizations; a select bibliography. Geneva, United Nations, 1972.

Association of International Libraries. Inventory of Lists, Indexes and Catalogues of Publications and Documents of Intergovernmental Organizations other than the United Nations. Unesco Bulletin for Libraries, 1967, Sept/Oct., and AIL Newsletter

2. 11/13, WP.  "United Nations publications outside regular distribution" illustrates the problem by the qualification on the title and abstract given in the text (para.''4}.

3. Union of International Associations. See relevant reference publications

4. Schon, Donald A.  Beyond the Stable State; public and private learning in a changing society. London, Temple Smith, 1971.

5. Scientific and Technical Communication; a pressing national problem and recommendations for its solution. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences, 1969, 322p

6. Dimitrov, Theodore D.  Some aspects of cataloguing and indexing of United Nations and specialized agencies publications and documents. Geneva, 1970 - 24 p.

7. UNISIST. Study report on the feasibility of a World Science Information System. Paris, Unesco, 1971, para. 5.1

8. UNISIST. Study report on the feasibility of a World Science Information System. Paris, Unesco, 1971, para. 5.3.2

9. UNISIST. Study report on the feasibility of a World Science Information System. Paris, Unesco, 1971, para. 4.1.2. B

10. Eugene Garfield. Mechanical and intellectual requirements for universal Bibliographic control. In: E. 8. Montgomery, op.cit

11. Kingsley, E.  Graph theory as a metalanguage of communicable knowledge. Alexandria, Human Resources Research Organization, 1969  (29-69).

12. McHale, John.  The Changing Information Environment; a selective topography. In: Information Technology; some critical implications for decision makers. New York. The Conference Board, 1971, pp. 183-238.

13. Beer, Stafford.  Managing modern complexity. In: The Management "of Information and Knowledge. Washington DC. Committee on Science and Aetronautics, U.S. House of Representatives, 1970, pp. 41-62.

14. This work is being carried out at the Augmentation Research Center (Stanford Research Institute) which is the Network Information Center of the Advanced Research Projects Agency computer network.

Engelbart, Douglas C.  Augmenting Human Intellect; a conceptual framework. Stanford Research Institute, 1962, 134 p  (AFOSR-3223).

Engelbart, Douglas C.  Intellectual implications of multi-access computer networks. Stanford Research Institute, 1970, 12 p  (5255).

Engelbart, Douglas C.  Computer-Augmented Management System; Research and Development of Augmentation Facility, Stanford Research Institute, 284 p  (RADC-TR-70-82).

15. Jackson, Robert.  A Study of the Capacity of the United Nations Development System. United Nations, Geneva, 1969, DP/5.

16. Judge, Anthony. International Organizations and the Generation of the Will to Change; the information systems required. Brussels, Union of International Associations, 1970, 89 p. [text]

Judge, Anthony. Relationships between Elements of Knowledge; use of computer systems to facilitate construction, comprehension and comparison of the concept thesauri of different schools of thought. Honolulu, Social Science Research Institute, 1972, 84 p. (Committee on Conceptual and Terminological Analyses, International Political Science Association, working paper 3). [text]

Alfred Kuhn argues that present classification systems are inadequate precisely because they do not interrelate terms in a manner equivalent to the interrelationships between the features of the psycho-social system which they label. In: E.B. Montgomery (Ed.). The Foundations of Access to Knowledge; a symposium. Syracuse University Press, School of Library Science, pp. 125-127

17. UNESCO. Draft Programme and Budget for 1973-1974. Paris, Unesco, 1972, paras. 2064 et seq.

18. United Nations. Report of the Joint Inspection Unit on United Nations documentation. United Nations, A/8319, 2 June 1971, para. 26

19. For example, the Union of International Associations is now producing and indexing its Yearbook of International Organizationsby computer and plans to develop the system to produce itsbibliographical Yearbook of International Congress Proceedings

20. Kuhn, Alfred.  In: E.B. Montgomery. Foundations of Access to knowledge. Syracuse University Press, 1968, p. 124.

21. El-Ayouty, Yassin.  United Nations Documentation as a Research Undertaking; issues and approaches. (Geneva), UNITAR, 16 July 1971.

22. UN Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions calls for "imaginative initiatives" and new approaches to the documentation problem. JIU/REP/71/4, para. 32

23. United Nations. JIU/REF/71/4, para. 45

24. This physical concentration of international offices has also been proposed as a means of creating a focal point for all agencies with international programmes in a country

25. Halkin, Jacques.  Proposition et souhait pour une structure ouverte de la communication documentaire. Redigé pour: Theoretical problems of information retrieval systems  (Published in 1971 by FID/RI Committee. Chairman A.I. Mikhailov).

26. See: result of Council of Europe, Meeting of Experts on Shared Cataloguing, Strasbourg, June 1972

27. In this connection see: Space Communications; increasing UN responsiveness to the problems of mankind. New York, United Nations Association of the United States of America, (1972 ?), 63p

28. For interesting work in this direction see: The Dynamics of Information Flow; recommendations to improve the flow of information within and among Federal, State and Local Governments. Washington Intergovernmental Task Force on Information Systems, 1968, 31p. For a description of an "information map" of the inter-agency system of the State of California see: Hearings before the Special Subcommittee on the Utilization of Scientific Manpower of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, 89th Congress, S. 2662, 1965-1966

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