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Cataloguing the Internet : CATRIONA feasibility study

Author: Dennis Nicholson; British Library. Research and Development Department.
Publisher: [London] : British Library Research and Development Dept. ; Letchworth, Herts, UK : Distributed by Turpin Distribution Services, 1995.
Series: Library and information research report, 105.
Edition/Format:   Book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The stated aim of the CATRIONA (Cataloguing and Retrieval of Information over Networks Applications) feasibility study was to investigate the technical, organisational and financial requirements for the development of applications programs and procedures to enable the cataloguing, classification and retrieval of documents and other resources over networks.
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Cataloguing the Internet.
[London] : British Library Research and Development Dept. ; Letchworth, Herts, UK : Distributed by Turpin Distribution Services, 1995
(OCoLC)603703478
Online version:
Cataloguing the Internet.
[London] : British Library Research and Development Dept. ; Letchworth, Herts, UK : Distributed by Turpin Distribution Services, 1995
(OCoLC)606027838
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dennis Nicholson; British Library. Research and Development Department.
ISBN: 0712332995 9780712332996
OCLC Number: 32997279
Description: iv, 87 pages ; 30 cm.
Series Title: Library and information research report, 105.
Responsibility: Dennis Nicholson [and others].

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The stated aim of the CATRIONA (Cataloguing and Retrieval of Information over Networks Applications) feasibility study was to investigate the technical, organisational and financial requirements for the development of applications programs and procedures to enable the cataloguing, classification and retrieval of documents and other resources over networks.

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