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The on-line information retrieval network AUSINET, and its implications for the Australian Road Research Board / by Mary Bays
Bib ID 2331598
Format BookBook
Author
Bays, Mary
 
Description Vermont South, Vic. : ARRB, 1978 
10p. ; 30cm. 
Series

Internal report (Australian Road Research Board) ; AIR 000-102.

Notes

Text of paper delivered at a Seminar on On-line Information Services organised by WAIT and held Perth 1978.

Subjects Information storage and retrieval systems -- Highway research.  |  AUSINET (Information retrieval system)  |  Highway research -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australian Road Research Board

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