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INSPEC
ONTAP INSPEC (FILE 213)

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Dialog File Data Special Features Sample Record Sort Rates


File Description [return to top]

INSPEC (The Database for Physics, Electronics and Computing) corresponds to the three Science Abstracts print publications: Physics Abstracts, Electrical and Electronics Abstracts, and Computer and Control Abstracts. The Science Abstracts family of abstract journals began publication in 1898. Approximately 16 percent of the database's source publications are in languages other than English, but all articles are abstracted and indexed in English. Author-prepared abstracts are used when available.

The INSPEC Database utilizes controlled vocabulary from the INSPEC Thesaurus. A single classification scheme is used for all records from 1969 to date. The special DIALOG online thesaurus feature is available to assist searchers in determining appropriate subject terms and codes. Beginning in January 1987, INSPEC records also include chemical substance indexing and numerical index terms.

As of November 1990, over 4,100 journals and serials are scanned, of which 750 are abstracted cover-to-cover. These contribute 82% of the database, including 6% which are conference papers reported in journals. A further 16% comes from conference proceedings. Other source materials include books, reports, and dissertations. Up to 1976 a small number of patents were covered.

File 213 is available for ONline Training And Practice and contains INSPEC records from January and February 1989.



Subject Coverage [return to top]

The principal subject areas within each subfile are:

Physics (Subfile A)

Acoustics, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Biophysics and Medical Physics, Elementary Particle Physics, Energy Research, Environmental Science, Gases, Fluid Dynamics and Plasmas, Geophysics, Instrumentation and Measurement, Materials Science, Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Nuclear Physics, Optics (including Lasers), Physical Chemistry, Properties of Matter, Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics

Elec. Engineering & Electronics (Subfile B)

Circuits and Components, Electricity Generation and Supply, Electromagnetic Fields and Waves, Electronic Devices and Materials, Electronic Instrumentation, Optics and Electro-optics, Power Systems and Applications, Radar and Radionavigation, Telecommunications

Computers & Control (Subfile C)

Computational Mathematics, Computer Applications, Computer Hardware, Computer Software, Control Applications, Control Systems, Information Science, Systems and Control Theory

Information Technology (Subfile D)

Business and Financial Applications, Communications, Computing and Systems, Engineering and Industry Applications, Management, Office Automation



Print Counterparts [return to top]

  • Computer and Control Abstracts
  • Physics Abstracts
  • Electrical and Electronics Abstracts


Dialog File Data [return to top]

Dates Covered: 1969 to present (File 2)
1969 to 1982 (File 3)
1983 to the present (File 4)
January and February 1989 (File 213)
File Size: Over 5,850,000 records as of March 1998 (File 2)
1,959,518 records (File 3)
Over 3,891,000 records as of March 1998 (File 4)
37,667 records (File 213)
Update Frequency: Weekly (approx.5,000 records per update) (File 2)
Closed (File 3)
Weekly (approx. 5,000 records per update) (File 4)
Closed (File 213)


Database Content [return to top]

  • Bibliographic Records


Document Types Indexed [return to top]

  • Books and Monographs
  • Conferences, Symposia, Meetings
  • Journal Articles
  • Reports
  • Theses and Dissertations


Geographic Coverage [return to top]

  • International


Geographic Restrictions [return to top]

  • None


Special Features [return to top]

  • ERA Available
  • Classroom Instruction Program
  • KWIC and HILIGHT Available
  • DIALOG Alert Available
  • CURRENT Feature Available
  • Abstracts Available
  • Online Thesaurus


DialIndex/OneSearch Acronyms [return to top]

  • bloA.htm AEROSPAC > AEROSPAC
  • bloA.htm ASTRON > ASTRON
  • bloC.htm CERAMICS > CERAMICS
  • bloC.htm CHEMENG > CHEMENG
  • bloC.htm CHEMLIT > CHEMLIT
  • bloC.htm COMPOSIT > COMPOSIT
  • bloC.htm COMPSCI > COMPSCI
  • bloD.htm DEFTECH > DEFTECH
  • bloE.htm EECOMP > EECOMP
  • bloE.htm ELECTENG > ELECTENG
  • bloE.htm ENERGY > ENERGY
  • bloE.htm ENERGYA > ENERGYA
  • bloE.htm ENERGYP > ENERGYP
  • bloE.htm ENG > ENG
  • bloG.htm GEOPHYS > GEOPHYS
  • bloG.htm GEOSCI > GEOSCI
  • bloI.htm INFOSCI > INFOSCI
  • bloI.htm INSTRUM > INSTRUM
  • bloM.htm MANUFACT > MANUFACT
  • bloM.htm MATERIAL > MATERIAL
  • bloM.htm MATH > MATH
  • bloM.htm MEDDEV > MEDDEV
  • bloM.htm MEDENG > MEDENG
  • bloM.htm METALS > METALS
  • bloM.htm METEOROL > METEOROL
  • bloN.htm NUCSCI > NUCSCI
  • bloP.htm PAPERTEC > PAPERTEC
  • bloP.htm PHYSICS > PHYSICS
  • bloP.htm PLASTICS > PLASTICS
  • bloS.htm SCITECH > SCITECH
  • bloT.htm TELECOM > TELECOM
  • bloT.htm TRANSPOR > TRANSPOR


Contact [return to top]

US and Americas:


INSPEC, Inc.
379 Thornall Street
Edison, NJ 08837

Telephone: 1-732-321-5575
800 Line: 1-800-929-3789
Fax: 1-732-321-5702
E-Mail: inspec@inspecinc.com

U.K. & Rest of World:


IEE
INSPEC Marketing Dept.
Michael Faraday House,
Six Hills Way
Stevenage, Herts SG1 2AY
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0)1438 767297
(Help Desk)
Telex: 825578 IEESTV G
Fax: 01438 742840
E-Mail: inspec@iee.org.uk


Terms and Conditions [return to top]

No special terms and conditions. For The Dialog Corporation's Redistribution and Archive policy, enter HELP ERA online.


Dialog Standard Terms & Conditions apply.


SAMPLE RECORD [return to top]

    DIALOG(R)File   2:INSPEC 
    (c) 1997 Institution of Electrical Engineers. All rights reserv. 
     
  AZ=   3603153  A90052690, B90029589 
  /TI     Title: A 970 nm strained-layer InGaAs/GaAlAs quantum well laser 
       for pumping an erbium-doped optical fiber amplifier 
  AU=      Author(s): Ming C. Wu; Olsson, N.A.; Sivco, D.; Cho, A.Y. 
  CS=      Author Affil: AT&T Bell Labs., Murray Hill, NJ, USA 
  JN=, SO=      Journal: Applied Physics Letters    vol.56, no.3    pp.: 221-3 
  PY=, CP=      Publication Date: 15 Jan. 1990    Country of Publication: USA 
  CD=, SN=      CODEN: APPLAB    ISSN: 0003-6951 
        U.S. Copyright Clearance Center Code: 0003-6951/90/030221-03 
      $02.00 
  TC=      Treatment: Experimental (X) 
  LA=, DT=      Language: English    Document Type: JOURNAL PAPER (JP) 
        (18 Refs) 
  /AB      Abstract:  The  authors  report  the  performance  of  a 970 nm 
      strained-layer   InGaAs/GaAlAs   quantum   well   laser  and  its 
      application  for  pumping  Er-doped optical fiber amplifiers. The 
      laser  was  grown  by molecular beam epitaxy and has three In/sub 
      0.2/Ga/sub 0.8/As/GaAs quantum wells. For a 5- mu m-wide and 400- 
      mu  m-long ridge-waveguide laser, a CW threshold current of 20 mA 
      and  an  external quantum efficiency of 0.28 mW/mA per facet were 
      obtained.   Maximum   output  power  exceeds  32  mW/facet.  With 
      antireflection  coating,  even higher external quantum efficiency 
      (0.40  mW/mA)  was  achieved,  and  more  than 20 mW of power was 
      coupled  into  a  single  mode  fiber. Preliminary experiments of 
      pumping  the Er-doped fiber amplifier gave 15 dB of gain at 1.555 
      mu m for a pump power of 14 mW into the Er fiber. 
  /DE      Descriptors:  erbium; fibre optics; gallium compounds; gradient 
      index  optics; indium compounds; optical fibres; optical pumping; 
      optical waveguides; semiconductor junction lasers; solid lasers 
  /ID      Identifiers: GRIN-SCH laser; strained-layer; quantum well laser 
      ;  pumping;  optical  fiber  amplifier;  Er-doped  optical fiber; 
      molecular  beam  epitaxy;  ridge-waveguide  laser;  CW  threshold 
      current;    external    quantum    efficiency;    output   power; 
      antireflection  coating;  single  mode fiber; gain; 970 nm; 1.555 
      micron;  5  micron;  14  mW; 400 micron; 20 mA; In/sub 0.2/Ga/sub 
      0.8/As-GaAs; InGaAs-GaAlAs 
  CI=      Chemical Indexing: 
        In0.2Ga0.8As-GaAs  int  -  In0.2Ga0.8As int - Ga0.8 int - In0.2 
      int  -  GaAs  int  - As int - Ga int - In int - In0.2Ga0.8As ss - 
      Ga0.8 ss - In0.2 ss - As ss - Ga ss - In ss - GaAs bin - As bin - 
  NE=    Ga bin (Elements - 3,2,3) 
        Er ss - Er el - Er dop (Elements - 1) 
        InGaAs-GaAlAs int - GaAlAs int - InGaAs int - Al int - As int - 
      Ga int - In int - GaAlAs ss - InGaAs ss - Al ss - As ss - Ga ss - 
      In ss (Elements - 3.3.4) 
  NI=, WA=      Numerical  Indexing: wavelength 9.7E-07 m; wavelength 1.555E-06 
  SI=, PO=    m;  size  5.0E-06  m;  power  1.4E-02  W; size 4.0E-04 m; current 
  CU=    current 2.0E-02 A 
  CC=, CN=      Class  Codes: A4260B (Design of specific laser systems); A4255P 
      (Lasing action in semiconductors with junctions); A4280L (Optical 
      waveguides  and  couplers);  A4281F  (Other  optical properties); 
      A4255R  (Lasing  action  in  other solids); B4320J (Semiconductor 
      junction   lasers);   B4125    (Fibre  optics);  B4130   (Optical 
      waveguides); B4320G (Solid lasers) 
     


BASIC INDEX [return to top]

SEARCH
SUFFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
None None All Basic Index Fields Word S THRESHOLD(W)CURRENT
/AB AB Abstract Word S THRESHOLD(W)CURRENT/AB
/DE DE Descriptor1 Word
& Phrase
S FIBRE?(N)OPTIC?/DE
S OPTICAL FIBRES/DE
/ID ID Identifier2 Word
& Phrase
S GAALAS/ID
S INGAAS-GAALAS/ID
/TI TI Title Word S QUANTUM(W)WELL(S)LASER?/TI

1 Also /DF.

2 Also /IF.


ADDITIONAL INDEXES [return to top]

SEARCH
PREFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
AC= AC Patent Application Country 3 Word S AC=JP
AD= AD Patent Application Date 3 Phrase S AD=710402
AN= AN Patent Application Number 3 Phrase S AN=20162
AU= AU Author Phrase S AU=OLSSON, N.A.
None AZ DIALOG Accession Number
AZ= AZ INSPEC Abstract Number Phrase S AZ=A90052690
BN= BN International Standard Book Number (ISBN) Phrase S BN=0 8186 1986 4
S BN=0818619864
CC= CC Classification Code Phrase S CC=A4260B
S CC=A42
None CF Conference Information
CL= CL Conference Location Word S CL=(SANTA(W)CLARA)
CN= CN Classification Name Word
& Phrase
S CN=(LASING(W)ACTION)
S CN=OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES
CO= CO CODEN Phrase S CO=APPLAB
CP= CP Country of Publication Word
& Phrase
S CP=USA
S CP=WEST GERMANY
CS= CS Corporate Source Word S CS=(AT(W)T(S)MURRAY(W)HILL)
CT= CT Conference Title Word S CT=(COMPUTER(W)AIDED(W)DESIGN)
CY= CY Conference Year Phrase S CY=1990
DN= DN Document Number Phrase S DN=0038-1101(96)00038-X
DT= DT Document Type Phrase S DT=JOURNAL PAPER
S DT=JP
IC= IC ANSI Z39.56 Serial Item Contribution Identifier (SICI) Code Phrase S IC="0038-11(199609)39:9L.1359:HFCM"?
JN= JN Journal Name Phrase S JN=APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS
S JN=APPL. PHYS. LETT. (USA)
LA= LA Language Phrase S LA=FRENCH
None MI Material Itentity Number
None NI Numeric Information Phrase
S NI=ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY
PA= PA Patent Assignee 3 Word
& Phrase
S PA=PIONEER
S PA=PIONEER ELECTRONIC?
PC= PC Patent Country 3 Word S PC=GB
PD= PD Patent Date 3 Phrase S PD=720329
None PI Patent Information 3
PN= PN Patent Number 3 Phrase S PN=GB 1379306
PU= PU Publisher 4 Word S PU=(IEEE AND WASHINGTON)
PY= PY Publication Year Phrase S PY=1989:1990
RN= RN Report or Contract Number Word
& Phrase
S RN=CERN
S RN="CERN/SPS/ACC/79-13"
S RN=CERNSPSACC7913
SF= AZ Subfile Phrase S SF=A
SN= SN International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) Phrase S SN=0003-6951
S SN=00036951
SO= SO Source Information 5 Word S SO=APPL?(W)PHYS?)
SP= SP Conference Sponsor Word S SP=(ACM AND IEEE)
TC= TC Treatment Code Phrase S TC=EXPERIMENTAL
S TC=X
UD= None Update 6 Phrase S UD=9001B1:9999
UR= UR Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Phrase S UR=HTTP//ENGINE.IEEE?
CHEMICAL INDEXING FIELDS (available since January 1987)
CI= CI Substance (including role modifier) 7 Word
& Phrase
S CI=GAAS
S CI=(GA(S)AS(S)INT)
S CI=AS BIN
S CI=SS
NE= NE Number of elements in Substance, Component, or Material System Phrase S NE=3(S)CI=(GA(S)AL(S)AS)
NUMERICAL INDEXING FIELDS (available since January 1987)8,9
HI= NI Highest Value Numeric S HI=2.5E4(S)NI=FREQUENCY
S HI<=9.7E-7(S)NI=WAVELENGTH
LO= NI Lowest Value Numeric S LO=100(S)NI=TEMPERATURE
S LO>=3.16E7(S)NI=AGE
NUMERICAL INDEXING FIELDS (available since January 1987)10
AG= NI Age (yr; Year) Numeric S AG>=1E9
AL= NI Altitude (m; Meter) Numeric S AL=2E4:9E5
AP= NI Apparent Power (VA; Volt-amp) Numeric S AP=3E6
BI= NI Bit Rate (Bit/s; Bits per Second) Numeric S BI=64000
BW= NI Bandwidth (Hz; Hertz) Numeric S BW=5E7
BY= NI Byte Rate (Byte/s; Bytes per Second) Numeric S BY=2.5E6
CA= NI Capacitance (F; Farad) Numeric S CA=2E-13
CD= NI Conductance (S; Seimen) Numeric S CD=2:5
CE= NI Computer Execution Rate (IPS; Instructions per Second) Numeric S CE>=1E6
CM= NI Computer Speed (FLOPS) Numeric S CM>=3.5E6
CU= NI Current (A; Ampere) Numeric S CU=0.051
DI= NI Distance (m; Meter) Numeric S DI=0.002
DP= NI Depth (m; Meter) Numeric S DP=2E4:9E5
EF= NI Efficiency (Percent) Numeric S EF=60
EL= NI Electrical Conductivity (S/m; Siemen per Meter) Numeric S EL=7.0E4
EN= NI Energy (J; Joule) Numeric S EN=0.5
ER= NI Electrical Resistivity (ohmm; Ohm meter) Numeric S ER=1.7E-4
S ER=0.00017
EV= NI Electron Volt Energy (eV; Electron Volt) Numeric S EV=-0.5:0
FR= NI Frequency (Hz; Hertz) Numeric S FR=0:1
GA= NI Gain (dB; Decibel) Numeric S GA=14
GD= NI Galactic Distance (pc; Parsec) Numeric S GD>=1E7
GE= NI Geocentric Distance (m; Meter) Numeric S GE=>3.7E10
HD= NI Heliocentric Distance (AU; Astronomical Unit) Numeric S HD=5E4
LS= NI Loss (dB; Decibel) Numeric S LS=-60:0
MA= NI Mass (kg; Kilogram) Numeric S MA=6E14
MD= NI Magnetic Flux Density (T; Tesla) Numeric S MD=1E-2
MS= NI Memory Size (Byte) Numeric S MS>=3E7
NF= NI Noise Figure (dB; Decibel) Numeric S NF=1:2
PO= PO Power (W; Watt) Numeric S PO=4E-5:2E-4
PR= NI Pressure (Pa; Pascal) Numeric S PR=1.3E-3
PS= NI Printer Speed (cps; Characters per Second) Numeric S PS>=2E2
PX= NI Picture Size (pixel; Picture Element) Numeric S PX=512
RA= NI Radiation Absorbed Dose (Gy; Gray) Numeric S RA=2
RD= NI Radiation Dose Equivalent (Sv; Sievert) Numeric S RD=1E-6:1E-2
RE= NI Resistance (ohm) Numeric S RE=7E-5:0.1
RP= NI Reactive Power (VAr; Volt-Amp Reactive) Numeric S RP=1E5
RX= NI Radiation Exposure (C/kg; Coulomb per Kilogram) Numeric S RX<=0.1
RY= NI Radioactivity (Bq; Becquerel) Numeric S RY=1E8:1E12
SI= NI Size (m; Meter) Numeric S SI=0.7:15
SM= NI Stellar Mass (Msol; Solar Mass) Numeric S SM=1E-2:3000
SR= NI Storage Capacity (Bit) Numeric S SR=4.2E6
TE= NI Temperature (K; Kelvin) Numeric S TE=3.26E2
TM= NI Time (s; Second) Numeric S TM=2E-11:4E-11
VE= NI Velocity (m/s; Meters per Second) Numeric S VE=-5E4:-2E2
VO= NI Voltage (V; Volt) Numeric S VO>=1000
WA= NI Wavelength (m; Meter) Numeric S WA=8.8E-7:1E-1
WL= NI Word Length (Bit) Numeric S WL=32

3 Files 2 and 3 only; dates of patent coverage are 1969-1976.

4 Available for conference proceedings and books only.

5 Search field includes journal title words and volume and issue numbers. Display varies depending on document type.

6 Not available in File 213.

7 Role modifiers include: EL (element), DOP (dopant), BIN (binary system) SS (system with 3 or more components), INT (interface system), SUR (surface or substrate), ADS (adsorbate, or any sorbate, i.e., species being adsorbed onto a substrate).

8 Numeric data for each physical quantity (temperature, pressure, frequency, etc.) are indexed into a separate numeric field (TE=, PR=, FR=, etc.). In the record display, numeric values appear in an exponential floating point format, e.g., FR=2.5E04.

9 Truncation is not allowed when searching numeric data. Range searching is recommended for best results, e.g., S FR=25000:30000. The smallest and largest numbers that may be searched are 5.4E-79 and 7.2E+75. For specifying precise minimum or maximum numeric values, the LO= and HI= search prefixes may be used. LO= and HI= are generic prefixes not specific to any physical quantity. Searches using LO= and HI= should be qualified with the addition of the desired physical quantity using the NI= prefix.

10 Each physical quantity and its corresponding abbreviated unit of measure are optionally searchable using NI=.


LIMIT [return to top]

Sets and terms may be limited by Basic Index suffixes, i.e., /AB, /DE, /DF, /ID, /IF, /TI (e.g., SELECT S6/TI), as well as by the features listed below:
SUFFIX FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
/ART Journal Article S S2/ART
/ENG English Language S S9/ENG
/NAR Non-Journal Article S AMPLIFIER?/NAR
/NONENG Non-English Language S LASERS/NONENG
/PHYS Physics Subfile S SEMICONDUCTOR?/PHYS
/TECH Electronics, Computing, and Information Technology Subfiles S HOLOGRAPHY/TECH
/YYYY Publication Year S SUPERCONDUCTOR?/1989:1990


SORT [return to top]

SORTABLE FIELDS EXAMPLES
AU, AZ, CC, CS, JN, PY, TI SORT S6/ALL/JN/PY,D
PRINT S3/5/1-24/AU


RANK [return to top]

RANK FIELDS EXAMPLES
All phrase- and numeric-indexed fields in the Additional Indexes can be ranked. Other RANK codes include: DE, ID RANK DE
RANK AU S4


USER-DEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [return to top]

Display codes listed in the Search Options table can be used to customize output. TYPE S3/AU,TI,SO/1-5


PREDEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [return to top]

NO.
DIALOGWEB
FORMAT
RECORD CONTENT
1 -- DIALOG Accession Number
2 -- Full Record except Abstract
3 Medium Bibliographic Citation
4 -- Full Record with Tagged Fields
5 -- Full Record
6 Short Title and INSPEC Abstract Number
7 Long Full Record except Indexing
8 Free Title and Indexing
9 Full Full Record
K -- KWIC (Key Word In Context) displays a window of text; may be used alone or with other formats


DIRECT RECORD ACCESS [return to top]

FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
If the accession number of a specific record is known, it can be used to display the record directly. TYPE 3603153/5
DISPLAY 3603153/5
PRINT 3603153/3


ACCESSION NUMBER LIST [return to top]

File 2 (1969 to present)
YearAccession Numbers
196900000001-00077999
197000078000-00203427
197100203428-00329824
197200329825-00462218
197300462219-00581540
197400581541-00703915
197500703916-00839869
197600839870-00990949
197700990950-01126133
197801126134-01276268
197901276269-01432493
198001432494-01604845
198101604846-01772464
198201772465-01959518
198301959519-02153708
198402153709-02349062
198502349063-02556647
198602556648-02774876
198702774877-03021189
198803021190-03259711
198903259712-03506594
199003506595-03764942
199103764943-04024754
199204024755-04315714
199304315715-04559711
199404559712-04840653
199504840654-05145636
199605145637-05457178
199705457179-05787740
199805787741-99999999
File 3 (1969-1982)
YearAccession Numbers
196900000001-00077999
197000078000-00203427
197100203428-00329824
197200329825-00462218
197300462219-00581540
197400581541-00703915
197500703916-00839869
197600839870-00990949
197700990950-01126133
197801126134-01276268
197901276269-01432493
198001432494-01604845
198101604846-01772464
198201772465-01959518
File 4 (1983 to present)
YearAccession Numbers
198301959519-02153708
198402153709-02349062
198502349063-02556647
198602556648-02774876
198702774877-03021189
198803021190-03259711
198903259712-03506594
199003506595-03764942
199103764943-04024754
199204024755-04315714
199304315715-04559711
199404559712-04840653
199504840654-05145636
199605145637-05457178
199705457179-05787740
199805787741-99999999


Rates [return to top]

Rates For File: INSPEC (1969- present)[2]

Cost per DialUnit:$5.25
ALERT (default)$6.00
ALERT (Monthly)$6.00
ALERT (Weekly)$2.00
FormatTypesPrints
0$1.95$1.95
1$0.00$0.00
2$1.95$1.95
3$1.95$1.95
4$1.95$1.95
5$1.95$1.95
6$0.00$0.00
7$1.95$1.95
8$0.00$0.00
9$1.95$1.95
66$1.95$1.95
KWIC95$0.20??
KWIC96$0.20??
REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-21.00
3-251.50
26-1003.00
101-2004.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00
ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-251.50
26-2003.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00

Rates For File: INSPEC (1969-1982)[3]

Cost per DialUnit:$5.25
FormatTypesPrints
0$1.95$1.95
1$0.00$0.00
2$1.95$1.95
3$1.95$1.95
4$1.95$1.95
5$1.95$1.95
6$0.00$0.00
7$1.95$1.95
8$0.00$0.00
9$1.95$1.95
66$1.95$1.95
KWIC95$0.20??
KWIC96$0.20??
REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-21.00
3-251.50
26-1003.00
101-2004.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00
ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-251.50
26-2003.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00

Rates For File: INSPEC (1983- present)[4]

Cost per DialUnit:$5.25
ALERT (default)$6.00
ALERT (Monthly)$6.00
ALERT (Weekly)$2.00
FormatTypesPrints
0$1.95$1.95
1$0.00$0.00
2$1.95$1.95
3$1.95$1.95
4$1.95$1.95
5$1.95$1.95
6$0.00$0.00
7$1.95$1.95
8$0.00$0.00
9$1.95$1.95
66$1.95$1.95
KWIC95$0.20??
KWIC96$0.20??
REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-21.00
3-251.50
26-1003.00
101-2004.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00
ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-251.50
26-2003.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00

Rates For File: ONTAP INSPEC[213]

Cost per DialUnit:$1.75
FormatTypesPrints
0$0.00$0.00
1$0.00$0.00
2$0.00??
3$0.00$0.00
4$0.00$0.00
5$0.00$0.00
6$0.00$0.00
7$0.00$0.00
8$0.00$0.00
9$0.00$0.00
66$0.00$0.00
KWIC95$0.00??
REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-21.00
3-251.50
26-1003.00
101-2004.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00
ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:
RangeMultiplier
1-251.50
26-2003.00
201-5006.00
501-10008.00
1001 or more10.00



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