Exploratory modelling of library and information systems in the U.K.

report on the feasability study, January 13-July 13, 1975 by Patricia Layzell-Ward

Publisher: British Library in Boston Spa

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SeriesResearch and development reports -- 5280.
ContributionsBritish Library. Research and Development Department.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche (39 fr.)
Number of Pages39
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