2 edition of National Library of Medicine index mechanization project found in the catalog.
National Library of Medicine index mechanization project
National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
Written in English
Council on Library Resources, Grant no. 28.
|Other titles||Index medicus.|
|Statement||[Principal investigator: Seymour I. Taine]|
|Contributions||Taine, Seymour I. 1919-, Council on Library Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Taine]. Inhe and Seymour Taine, then head of National Library of Medicine's indexing operation, initiated the Index Mechanization Project, which used punched paper tape and punched cards, card-sorting machines, and a high-speed camera. This project speeded production of the printed Index Medicus, but it did not support automated by: MEDLARS.
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