"Informatics, which some authors also call informatistics, informatology, exagelectics, documentalistics, theory etc., is a new, arising branch of science, which has sprung up as a result of a study into the influence of information circulation (exchange) for the existence of human society. Informatics includes theoretical, experimental and applied fields, just like other natural and social sciences." By Merta, 'INFORMATICS AS A BRANCH OF SCIENCE' (1969), Quote #2420 in Dictionary of Library and Information Science QuotationsEdited by Mohamed Taher and L S Ramaiah. ISBN: 8185689423 (New Delhi , Aditya, 1994) p. 265 (see also: Informatics and its related words in the Dictionary of Library and Information Science Quotations: Quote #96, 216, 413, 591, 596, 749, 790, 853, 866, 961, 979, 1230, 1311, 1409, 1841, 1866, 1923, 2502, 2709, 2994, 2997, 3105, 3158, 3316).
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