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Análisis de la circulación


  • Aguilar, W. (1986). The application of relative use and ILL demand in collection development. Collection Management, 8(1), 15-24.


  • Al-Fares, H. K. (1998). Optimizing a library's loan policy: An integer programming approach. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 49(13), 1167-1176.


  • Brownsey, K. W. R., y Burrell, Q. L. (1986). Library circulation distribution: some observation on the PLR sample. Journal of Documentation, 42, 22-45.
  • Brooks, T. A., y Forys, J. W. (1986). Smoothing forecasting methods for academic library circulations: an evaluation and recommendation. Library and Information Science Research, 8(91), 29-39.


  • Buckland, M. K., y Hindle, A. (1969). Loan policies, duplication and availability. Planning library services (pp. 1-16).  University of Lancaster Library.


  • Buckland, M. K. (1972). An operations research study of a variable loan and duplication policy at the University of Lancaster. Library Quarterly, 42, 97-106.


  • Hindle, A., y Buckland, M. (1978). In library book usage in relation to circulation.  Collection Management, 2(4), 265-277.  


  • Jain, A. K. (1969). Sampling and data collection methods for a book use study. Library Quarterly, 39, 245-262.


  • Jenks, G. M. (1976). Circulation and its relationship to the book collection and academic departments. College and Research Libraries, 37(145-152).


  • Kent, A. et al. (1979). Use of library materials : The University of Pittsburg study. New York: Dekker.


  • Khorramzadeh, H. (1988). Modelos matemáticos de Morse-Markov: su aplicación en bibliotecas, evaluación de uso de obras monográficas. México: UNAM. CUIB.
  • Kraemer, A. B. (2001). Evaluating usage of monographs: is it feasible and worthwhile? Collection Management,  35-46.


  • Littman, J. (2004). A Circulation Analysis of Print Books and E-Books in an Academic Research Library.


  • Massísimo I Sánchez de Boado, A. (2004). Evaluación de colecciones en las bibliotecas universitarias (II): métodos basados en el uso de la colección. Anales De Documentación, 7, 171-183 . 


  • McGrath, W. E. (1971). Correlating the subjects of books taken out of and books used within an open-stack library. College and Research Libraries, 32, 280-285.


  • Morse, P., y Ching-Chih, C. (1975). Using Circulations Desk Data to Obtain Unbiased Estimates of Book Use. Library Quaterly, 45(2), 179-194.


  • Nimer, R. J. (1980). Circulation and collection patterns at the Ohio State University Library 1973-1977. Library Adquisitions, 4, 61-70.


  • Power, C. J. (1978). Automated circulation, patron satisfaction and collection evaluation in academic libraries : A circulation analysis formula. Journal of Library Automation, 11, 366-369.


  • Sargent, S.H. (1979). The uses and limitations of Trueswell. College and Research Libraries, 40, 416-423.


  • Selth, J. et al. (1992). The use of books within the library. College and Research Libraries, 53, 197-205.


  • Silverstein, C. (1996). Predicting invididual book use for off-site storage using decision trees. Library Quarterly, 63(3), 266-293.


  • Thomson, H. (2002). Measuring in-house use of print serials - the University of Melbourne's experience. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 33(2).  Disponible en: http://alia.org.au/publishing/aarl/33.2/full.text/thomson.html.


  • Titus, E. M. (1994). Barcoding as a tool for collection use analysis : A pilot proyect.  Information Technology and Libraries, 13, 257-265.


  • Trueswell, R. W. (1965). A quantitative measure of user circulation requirements and its possible effect on stack thinning and multiple copy determination. American Documentation, 16, 20-25.


  • Trueswell, R. W. (1966). Determining the optimal number for volumes for a library’s core collection. Libri, 16, 49-60.


  • Trueswell, R. W. (1969). User circulation satisfaction vs. size of holdings at three academic libraries. C&RL, 30, 204-213.


  • Ward, S. M. et al. (2003). Collection development based on patron requests: collaboration between interlibrary loan and acquisitions. Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services, 27, 203-213.
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