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  • Farrow, J. (1996). Propositional analysis and macrorules for indexing. Library Review, 45(1), 6.
  • Farrow, J. F. (1991). A cognitive process model of document indexing. Journal of Documentation, 47(2), 149.
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  • Hert, C. A., Jacob, E. K., & Dawson, P. (2000). A usability assessment of online indexing structures in the networked environment. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 51(11), 971.
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  • Lancaster, F. W. (2004). Indexing and abstracting in theory and practice. Technical Services Quarterly, 21(4), 97.
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  • Mai, J.-E. (2000). The subject indexing process: An investigation of problems in knowledge representation. Unpublished PhD, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN.
  • Mai, J.-E. (2001). Semiotics and indexing: An analysis of the subject indexing process. Journal of Documentation, 57(5), 591-622.
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  • Mai, J.-E. (2004b). The role of domains, documents, and decisions in indexing. Paper presented at the Eight International ISKO Conference.
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  • Stauber, D. M. (2004). Facing the text: Content and structure in book indexing. Indexer, 24(2), 111.
  • Stelmach, M. (1999). The application of index entries to search and retrieval of books and book content. Indexer, 21(3), 127.
  • Stubbs, E. A., Mangiaterra, N. E., & Martinez, A. M. (1999). Internal quality audit of indexing: A new application of interindexer consistency. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, 28(4), 53.
  • Todd, R. J. (1992). Academic indexing: What's it all about? Indexer, 18(2), 101.
  • Todd, R. J. (1993). Subject access: What's it all about? Some research findings. Cataloguing Australia, 19(3/4), 259.
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