1 edition of Current trends in serials automation found in the catalog.
Current trends in serials automation
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Mit Beitr. von B. Barnholdt ; Hrsg. von A.H. Helal, J.W. Weiss.|
|Series||Veröffentlichungen der Gesamthochschulbibliothek Essen =, Publications of Essen University Library ;, v. 1, Veröffentlichungen der Gesamthochschulbibliothek Essen ;, v. 1.|
|Contributions||Barnholdt, B. 1929-, Helal, A. H., Weiss, J. W., Gesamthochschulbibliothek Essen.|
|LC Classifications||Z692.S5 C78 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||201 p :|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||82161101|
Hypoglycaemia of the newborn
Camdens youth justice plan for 2000-2001.
Dead on the Dot
infinite and the infinitesimal
An essay on political lying
The Annual Review of European Community Affairs, 1990 (The Centre for European Policy Studies)
portable Matthew Arnold
The labor philosophy of Samuel Gompers
The hand of God with the black race
teacher and young teens.
Reliability technology for cardiac pacemakers III
The neutral investigation of the causes of wars
Get this from a library. Current trends in serials automation: Essen symposium, 6 October [B Barnholdt; A H Helal; J W Weiss; Gesamthochschulbibliothek Essen.;]. This is a review of the literature and a selective, annotated bibliography on serials automation from to with an emphasis on recent English language publications.
Automation. TCO is often a driver for investment in automation, which is one of the main trends in the industry, which has traditionally been slow to adopt automation Missing: serials.
Publishing Trends is an incisive monthly newsletter that provides news and opinion on the rapidly changing world of book publishing in all its g: serials. Expect new approaches to controlling health care costs and a growing focus on being family-friendly.
With in the rearview mirror, benefits experts are looking down the road to what will Missing: serials. The "Big Five" IT trends of the next half decade: Mobile, social, cloud, consumerization, and big data.
In today's ever more technology-centric world, the stodgy IT department isn't considered the Author: Dion Hinchcliffe.