Volume 41, Number 1, January 1990
: A review of journal coverage overlap with an extension to the definition of overlap.
: Communicating ideas - the crisis of publishing in a post-industrial society.
: Success in answering reference questions: Two studies.
Bert R. Boyce
: Thesauri used in online databases, an analytic guide.
John P. McLain
: User-oriented computer languages: Analysis & design.
Volume 41, Number 2, March 1990
: Syntactic patterns in scientific sublanguages: A study of four disciplines.
Stephen P. Harter
: Search term combinations and retrieval overlap: A proposed methodology and case study.
Audrey N. Grosch
: The complete cataloging reference set - Collected manuals of the Minnesota AACR@ trainers.
Charles D. Patterson
: Education of library and information professionals: Present and future prospects.
F. W. Lancaster
: India's national library: Systematization and modernization.
: Effective information centers: Guidelines for MIS and IC managers.
Beth M. Paskoff
: The library microcomputer environment: Management issues.
Bert R. Boyce
: Concepts of information retrieval and automatic text processing: The transformation analysis, and retrieval of information by computer.
: Online reference and information retrieval.
: Public access to government information: Issues, trends and strategies.
: Possibility theory: An approach to computerized processing of uncertainty.
John R. Rumble Jr.
: Data base: Structured techniques for design, performance, and management.
Volume 41, Number 3, April 1990
J. S. Kidd
: Measuring referencing practices.
Quentin L. Burrell
: Using the Gamma-Poisson model to predict library circulations.
Terrence A. Brooks
: Clustering in comprehensive bibliographies and related literatures.
: Relations between continuous versions of bibliometric laws.
: A note on different Bradford multipliers.
: Expert systems for information management.
: The conceptual foundations of descriptive cataloging.
: Online searching for end users: An information sourcebook.
: Mechanisms for evaluating scientific information and the role of peer review.
: Response to the panel on evaluation of scientific information and the impact of new information technology.
Volume 41, Number 4, June 1990
S. Nazim Ali
: Databases on optical discs and their potential in developing countries.
Prudence W. Dalrymple
: Retrieval by reformulation in two library catalogs: Toward a cognitive model of searching behavior.
: Obsolescence of physics literature: Exponential decrease of the density of citations to Physical Review articles with age.
Clifford A. Lynch
: The linked systems project: A networking tool for libraries.
: The twenty-first century; technology's impact on academic research and law libraries.
Volume 41, Number 5, July 1990
Michael D. Gordon
: Evaluating the effectiveness of information retrieval systems using simulated queries.
: Optimal binary prefix-condition codes with ordinal probabilities.
: A sensitivity analysis of a probabilistic information retrieval system.
Robert M. Losee
: Information in a data collection: Models of database and library quality.
: Informetric distributions, part II: Resilience to ambiguity.
Volume 41, Number 6, September 1990
: An oasis where many trails cross: The improbable cocitation networks of a multidiscipline.
Volume 41, Number 7, October 1990
: Applications of the theory of Bradford's Law to the calculation of Leimkuhler's Law and to the completion of bibliographies.
Haseeb F. Rashid
: Book availability as a performance measure of a library: An analysis of the effectiveness of a health sciences library.
Thomas J. Delendick
: Citation analysis of the literature of Systemic Botany: A preliminary survey.
Volume 41, Number 8, December 1990
MaryEllen C. Sievert
: Ten years of the literature of online searching: An analysis of Online and Online Review.
Ray R. Larson
: Hypertext hands-on!: An introduction to a new way of organizing and accessing information.