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European language content in Japanese journals is analysed from the data provided in various editions of the Directory of Japanese Scientific Periodicals. Figures for 1957, 1962, 1964, and 1967 are compared indicating a diminishing trend of European language content in Japanese journals....
Classification is so fundamental and pervasive an activity that care is needed to define its scope when discussing a particular application, such as information retrieval.
Many chemical patent specifications use a socalled Markush formula to delimit the invention from the prior art.
The suggestion that classifications for retrieval should be constructed automatically raises some serious problems concerning the sorts of classification which are required, and the way in which formal classification theories should be exploited, given that a retrieval classification is required...
The paper describes some properties of simple interconversion devices which enable material intially subject indexed by a particular indexing system to be made available to other institutions using different indexing languages in such a form as to be readily integrated into their indexes....
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