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Information: Its Organization and Use for Technological Advance 630005

The technical information problem is concerned with utilizing past and present research and development information as raw material in future work. This is done in three phases: input, initial output, and continuing availability. Input is the recording of information as reports, papers, and speeches for subsequent use; initial output is the dissemination of this material; and continuing availability concerns the maintenance of permanent records of this information in the form of abstracts, indices, bibliographies, and the like, so that future use is simplified.

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