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, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp 327–330 | Cite as

Measurement in information science

Bert R. Boyce, Charles T. Meadow, and Donald H. Kraft, Academic Press, 1994, pp. xvii + 283
  • David Dubin
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  1. Bert R. Boyce, Charles T. Meadow, and Donald H. Kraft, Measurement in Information Science,Academic Press, 1994, pp. xvii+283 Google Scholar

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  • David Dubin
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  1. 1.University of IllinoisUSA

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