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" ... problem, particularly since World War II, is that the rapid rate of scientific progress has multiplied the volume of scientific information to a point where it can no longer be published and handled within the framework of existing methods. When one... "
Dissemination of Scientific Information: Hearings Before the Committee on ... - Page 64
by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Astronautics - 1959 - 182 pages
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Missile Development and Space Sciences: Hearings Before Committee in Science ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Astronautics - Astronautics - 1959 - 492 pages
...within the framework of existing methods. When one considers, too, that much of what is significant in science is being published in unfamiliar languages,...to keep himself informed on what he needs to know. Some idea of the volume of increase may be had from the fact that the science and technology periodical...
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Documentation, Indexing, and Retrieval of Scientific Information

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations - Documentation - 1960 - 283 pages
...Finally, since much that is significant in science is now being published in unfamiliar languages, the working scientist is faced with almost insuperable...to keep himself informed on what he needs to know. It is apparent upon close analysis that any approach to effective solutions of the scientific information...
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Committee Prints

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations - 1960
...Finally, since much that is significant in science is now being published in unfamiliar languages, the working scientist is faced with almost insuperable...to keep himself informed on what he needs to know. It is apparent upon close analysis that any approach to effective solutions of the scientific information...
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Minutes of the Meeting

Association of Research Libraries - Library science - 1957
...of the nation's soientists and engineers. When one considers, too, that much of what is significant in science is being published in unfamiliar languages,...Vigorous efforts to provide solutions are already under way, but much needs to be our purposes equally well. Moreover, the Russians could not call upon...
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