Volume 15, Number 1, 1979
: An essay on the past and future (?) of information science education - I: Historical overview.
: Markov models of book obsolescence.
: Theory of functional sentence perspective and its application for the purposes of automatic extracting.
, Jacques Virbel
: L'Interrogation des banques de donneées en langage naturel dans une démarche cognitive complex.
Volume 15, Number 2, 1979
Larry E. Stanfel
: Designing simple library hierarchies using linear programming.
Stephen P. Harter
: An assessment of instruction provided by library schools in on-line searching.
T. de Heer
: Quasi comprehension of natural language simulated by means of information traces.
Volume 15, Number 3, 1979
: Graph models of complex information sources.
: Properties of a model of information retrieval system based on thesaurus with weights.
, J. Talavage
: A multiple-objective planning methodology for information service managers.
Volume 15, Number 4, 1979
: Information and communication: An outline of a possible general theory of sign information.
: An investigation of the relationship between public relations activities and budget allocation in public libraries.
: Metainformational in action in the process of the automatic semantic analysis.
Volume 15, Number 5, 1979
: Inverted file organization in the information retrieval system based on thesaurus with weights.
: Fuzzy set theoretical approach to document retrieval.
: Type of search by type of library.
Volume 15, Number 6, 1979
Lance J. Hoffman
: The application of networks in basic computer science and information science research.
: An essay on the past and future (?) of information science education - II : Unresolved problems of "externalities" of education.