Volume 45, Number 1, January 1994 Research
Per O. Seglen
: Casual Relationship between Article Citedness and Journal Impact.
: The Intellectual Base and Research Fronts of JASIS 1986-1990.
Volume 45, Number 2, March 1994 Research
: Electronic Publishing of Professional Articles: Attitudes of Academics and Implications for the Scholarly Communication Industry.
Volume 45, Number 3, April 1994 Special Topic Issue:
Thomas J. Froehlich
: Relevance Reconsidered - Towards an Agenda for the 21st Century: Introduction to Special Topic Issue on Relevance Research.
Taemin Kim Park
: Toward a Theory of User-Based Relevance: A Call for a New Paradigm of Inquiry.
Harry W. Bruce
: A Cognitive View of the Situational Dynamism of User-Centered Relevance Estimation.
Carol L. Barry
: User-Defined Relevance Criteria: An Exploratory Study.
Joseph W. Janes
: Other People's Judgments: A Comparison of Users' and Others' Judgments of Document Relevance, Topicality, and Utility.
Stuart A. Sutton
: The Role of Attorney Mental Models of Law in Case Relevance Determinations: An Exploratory Analysis.
William R. Hersh
: Relevance and Retrieval Evaluation: Perspectives from Medicine.
Louise T. Su
: The Relevance of Recall and Precision in User Evaluation.
Volume 45, Number 4, May 1994 Research
W. Boyd Rayward
: Visions of Xanadu: Paul Otlet (1868-1944) and Hypertext.
: The Breakeven Point for Using CD-ROM versus Online: A Case Study for Database Access in a Developing Country.
Volume 45, Number 5, June 1994 Research
Perspectives on The Redesign/Reengineering of an Information Services Division in a Major Health Sciences Institution
Lanju Lee Yoon
: The Performance of Cited References as an Approach to Information Retrieval.
, Roy Rada
: MUCH Electronic Publishing Environment: Principles and Practices.
Donald N. Langenberg
: Information Technology and the University: Integration Strategies for the 21st Century.
Volume 45, Number 6, July 1994 Special Topic Issue:
Information Resources and Democracy
Leah A. Lievrouw
: Information Resources and Democracy: Understanding the Paradox.
: The Autopoietic State: Communication and Democratic Potential in the Net.
: Information <-> Democracy: An Examination of Underlying Assumptions.
John E. Newhagen
: Media Use and Political Efficacy: The Suburbanization of Race and Class.
Michael E. Martinez
: Access to Information Technologies among School-Age Children: Implications for a Democratic Society.
: Special Features of the Author-Publication Relationship and a New Explanation of Lotka's Law Based on Convolution Theory.
Volume 45, Number 7, August 1994 Research
: Operationalizing the Notion of Information as a Subjective Construct.
Donald Owen Case
: The Social Shaping of Videotex: How Information Services for the Public Have Evolved.
Dee Andy Michel
: What is Used during Cognitive Processing in Information Retrieval and Library Searching? Eleven Sources of Search Information.
: User Preferences for Features in Back of Book Indexes.
: Tiered Citation and Measures of Document Similarity.
Volume 45, Number 8, September 1994 In Memoriam
Perspectives On Indexing
, Diane Barlow
: Extending Retrieval Strategies to Networked Environments: Old Ways, New Ways, and a Critical Look at WAIS.
: Indexing and Retrieval Performance: The Logical Evidence.
: Access to Nonbook Materials: The Limits of Subject Indexing for Visual and Aural Languages.
James D. Anderson
: Standards for Indexing: Revising the American National Standard Guidelines. Z39.4.
Volume 45, Number 9, October 1994 Special Topic Issue:
: Spatial Information and Information Science: Introduction to JASIS' Special Topic Issue on Spatial Information.
Marc P. Armstrong
: Requirements for the Development of GIS-Based Group Decision-Support Systems.
Lawrence G. Mondschein
: The Role of Spatial Information Systems in Environmental Emergency Management.
William F. Eddy
, Audris Mockus
: An Example of the Estimation and Display of a Smoothly Varying Function of Time and Space - The Incidence of the Disease Mumps.
, J. Daroussin
, M. Jamange
: Proposal for a Spatial Organization Model in Soil Science (The Example of the European Communities Soil Map).
Volume 45, Number 10, December 1994 Perspectives on Electronic Publishing
: Introduction and Overview to the Special Issue on Electronic Publishing.
: Where is Publishing Going? A Perspective on Change.
Clifford A. Lynch
: The Integrity of Digital Information: Mechanics and Definitional Issues.
: Boon or Bust? Access to Electronic Publishing by Individuals Using Adaptive Computer Technology.
Jon D. Gold
: An Electronic Publishing Model for Academic Publishers.
Jaap A. Jasperse
: Primary Science on CD-ROM: The New Zealand Experiment.