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Introduction DOBISLIBIS, the integrated library system from IBM, has established a considerable customer base outside the UK, encompassing some 90 sites worldwide. Though first released in 1979, it is only in the last two years that it has been positively marketed in Great Britain, primarily...
In the current restrictive financial climate, it is nice, in the same issue of VINE, to be able to write about two new installations in the UK the previous pages covered DOBIS at Liverpool University this article takes a preliminary look at Stirling University's implementation of Dynix. Apart...
Introduction Two computer systems, using similar hardware and software, have been installed at the Copyright Receipt Office of the British Library and at the Copyright Agency to handle receipting and claiming of legal deposit material. The systems are intended to increase the efficiency of both...
BLCMP now has its own serials control system. The system, which is a module of the BLCMP Library System BLS, provides a comprehensive multiuser serials housekeeping system, integrating fully with OPAC to provide public access to serials holdings and checkin data. Revision 2 will integrate with...
Introduction A machinereadable file of periodical records was first created at Newcastle in 1977, and held on the University's IBM 370178. By 1985 the file consisted of about 12,000 records of which 3,400 were for current titles. The output was in microfiche, produced once a year, with one...
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