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Patents as Scientific and Technical Literatureby Richard D. Walker
Synopses & Reviews
After an introduction to patents, their historical development and their current characteristics, this book describes the uses to which patents can be put, followed by details of their availability. You get a lot for your money with this book...content is extensive...historical background enlightening and more universal than other texts...has a good international viewpoint. --THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION RECORD
Book News Annotation:
Patents have only recently been recognized for their value as a source of scientific and technical information. After an introduction to patents, their historical development and current characteristics, this comprehensive treatment of patent sources is a description of the uses to which patents can be put followed by details of their availability from around the world and the many printed, online, and CD-ROM services designed to make them accessible. Searching techniques and strategies are given to facilitate the use of both subject files and those covering patents exclusively.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 443-462) and index.
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