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Library and Information Science Important Books or Authors

Author Productivity  
Abraham MaslowHierarchy Needs
Allen Kent

Mechanized Information Retrieval 

Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science,    

Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology,

and The Encyclopedia of Microcomputers. 

(Gatekeeping of Technical Information)

Alvin Toffer 

Power Shift, Information Overload

BeesmanInformation Transfer
Belkin, 1989Anomalous State of Knowledge (ASK)
Benjamin DancerMicrophotography
Alan PritchardBibliometry  (1969)
Black and MoutanManagement Grid

Bradford’s Law (1934)

(Samuel C Bradford)

Number of Core journals in given field &

Law of scattering

Blair and MaronSTAIRS Project
C.A. CutterExpansive Classification, Dictionary Catalogue
C.W.HansonDivides Documentary Sources of Inf. Into Primary & Secondary
Charles BabbageAnalytical Engine
Chris RusbridgeHybrid Library (1998)
Charless F GosnellHalf-Life of information
Calvin MooersInformation reterival system
Conard GesnerFather of Bibliography (1545)
Craven TCLIPHIS (Linked Phrase Indexing System)  
Derek J. de Solla Price

Little Science Big Science (1963)  

Invisible College (1972)

D.J. FosketSubject Approach to Information
Denis GroganDivides Documentary Sources of Inf. Into Primary & Secondary & Tertiary
E. GarfieldCitation Indexing
Eisenberg and Berkowitz The Big 6 model of Information problem solving
E.J. CoatesThings, Property, Material, Action and invented the “Retroactive ordinal notation”
Elton MayoFather of Human Relation School
F. HertzbergFather of Corporate Strategy
F.W. TaylorFather of Scientific Theory of Management
Fermont RiderInternational Classification
George Gerbner (1956)General Model
(Means and control dimensions relationship between communicating agent and communication products)
H.E. BlissBibliographic Classification, 
Organization of Knowledge in libraries and subject approach
H.P. Luhn (IBM)KWIC, Uniterm Indexing, SDI (1950)
Henry FoyaClassical Theory, Father of Administration, and 14 principles of Management
J. KaiserConcrete Process
J.D. BrownSubject Classification, One place Theory
J.D. FosketSubject approach of information 
J.E.L. FarradoneSystematic Indexing System
J.R. SharpKey Word Indexing
James Duff BrownOpen Access System in British Library
James I. WyerConservative, Moderate  & Liberal Theories of Ref. Service
Jean AitkinsonThe Sauro-Facet
John Cotton DanaNew York Changing System
Kauro IshikawaThe seven basic tools for quality control
Koontz’sclassification of management Theory (Human behavioural theory)
Lancaster FW

Theory  of scales  for  the measurement of  operational


Lasswell (1948)

Communication model (Who says, What, which channel Medium, Whom, and with What Effect)

Lotka Law(1926)

Frequency of Publication by Authors is a given field.

Scientific productivity

Luther GulickPOSDCORB
M. TaubeSLIC Indexing
M.M.KesslerBibliographic Coupling
Madden, Moon, Moore, Mc PheronLibrarianship is not a profession
Marcel DekkerEncyclopedia of library and Information Science
Mc ColvinDemand & Supply Theory of Books
Michael  Polayani Two categories of as explicit’ and ‘tacit’ knowledge.
Michael Stern Hartinvented the e-book in 1971
Michael Casey“Library 2.0” was first used
Minie SearsSears List of Subject Heading
Osgood and   SchrammCircular Model
A. Norbert WienerCybernetics was pioneered
Otto Nacke 1979Coined informatics
OuchiTheory Z
PascalCalculating Machine

Paul Outlet & 

Henry Lafontaine 

(Nobel Prize)

Universal Classification, 


The Library World

Paulin AuthertonPutting knowledge to work
Peter DuckerMBO (Management by Objective)
Peter PhyrrZero Base Budgeting
S.C. BradfordDocumentation,
Rubert FugmannTheory of Information Supply and Indexing based on five axioms (doctrines)
S.R. Ranganathan

Elements of Library Classification, Prologma,                           

Tree Card System, 

CC and CCC

Samual S GreenReference Service
Samuel RothsteinMinimal, Middling & Maximum theories of Reference Service
Saracevic, 1995TREC experiments.
(Text Retrieval Evaluation Conference)
Shanan Weaver 1947 /
Berlo 1988 (SMCR)
Mathematical communication model & S-M-C-R Model
Schramm ModelsConcept or Theory. (Human communication model)
Ted Nelson Hypertext
Tim Berner's Lee World Wide Web (WWW)
Tim O’Reilly &
Dale Dougherty        
Web 2.0  (2014)  
Darcy Di Nucci in 1999
Von BertalannfyGeneral Systems Theory (GST) is a movement founded
Vroom (1964)Formula of Motivation  
W.A.BordenStarted the Reference Service in India
William GibsonCyberspace
W.B.C. SayersTeacher of S.R. Ranganathan at London
Wyndham Hulme ‘Literary warrant’ for book classification was introduced
Zipf’s law (1949)Frequency of World Text relation formula
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