Measurement in information science

Measurement in information science

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Providing detailed discussions of measurement from a variety of viewpoints and a wide range of applications, this practical text examines how measurement is defined and used in information science, including documents/text/records, searching, output services, and data collection. The book is an excellent secondary or recommended text for courses in research methods, information retrieval, database management, and systems design.(1991). The Measurement and Evaluation of Library Services. Arlington, VA: Information Resources Press. Bragg, Gordon M. (1974). Principles of Experimentation and Measurement. ... Measuring Behavior, an Introductory Guide, 2nd edition.

Title:Measurement in information science
Author: Bert R. Boyce, Charles T. Meadow, Donald H. Kraft
Publisher:Academic Pr - 1994

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