NBS Special Publication, Issue 276

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Page 35 - Committees of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the...
Page 24 - International Conference for Standards on a Common Language for Machine Searching and Translation, Western reserve university, 1959. Information retrieval and machine translation. Based on the International conference for standards on a common language for machine searching and translation, sponsored by Western reserve university and Rand development corporation, held in Cleveland, Ohio, September 6-12, 1959.
Page 12 - Council") consisting of the Librarian of Congress, the director of the National Library of Medicine, the director of the Department of Agriculture library, and the head of the Science Information Service, each of whom shall be ex officio members, and fifteen members appointed by the Director of the National Science Foundation.
Page 21 - to promote and maintain high standards in scientific and technical information work and to establish qualifications for those engaged in the profession.
Page 44 - Electronics and Communication Engineers of Japan and the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan.
Page 12 - provide, or arrange for the provision of, indexing, abstracting, translating, and other services leading to a more effective dissemination of scientific information" and to "undertake programs to develop new or improved methods, including mechanized systems, for making scientific information available.
Page 7 - That for the purchase of such books as may be necessary for the use of Congress at the said city of Washington, and for fitting up a suitable apartment for containing them...
Page 13 - By adding at the end of the order a new section 10 reading as follows: "SEC. 10. The National Science Foundation shall provide leadership in the effective coordination of the scientific information activities of the Federal Government with a view to improving the availability and dissemination of scientific information. Federal agencies shall cooperate with and assist the National Science Foundation in the performance of this function, to the extent permitted by law.
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