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An evaluation of selected NASA scientific and technical information products

Thomas E. Pinelli

An evaluation of selected NASA scientific and technical information products

results of a pilot study

by Thomas E. Pinelli

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- Information services.,
  • Library science -- United States.,
  • Aeronautics -- Research -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThomas E. Pinelli and Myron Glassman.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 101533.
    ContributionsGlassman, Myron., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14664113M

    The CENDI Indexing Workshop held at NASA Headquarters, Two Independence Square, E Street, Washington, DC, on September , focused on the following topics: machine aided indexing, indexing quality, an indexing pilot project, the MedIndEx Prototype, Department of Energy/Office of Scientific and Technical Information indexing. 7. PROJECT EVALUATION ♦ Project monitoring focusing on activities and outputs and their contribution to outcomes. Monitoring is the continuous observation of a project’s progress by systematically gathering key performance data for regular analysis (see Chapter Size: KB.

    This bibliography lists 1, reports, articles, and other documents introduced into the NASA scientific and technical information system between January 1, and J Its purpose is to provide helpful information to researchers, designers and managers engaged in Space Station technology development and mission design. NASA's most ambitious scientific or technical books, has covered a broad range of topics, including much of the agency's research and development work, its full range of space- exploration programs, its work in advancing aeronautics technology, and many associatedFile Size: 4MB.

    About this Item: National Techincal Information Service, Paperback. Condition: Good. Please note that overseas shipping rates may increase due to size. There is shelfwear & some toning on the covers & spine, with scuffing & a few spots of tearing along the outer edges, a large adhesive stain on the front cover & endpage, creasing across the lower ends of the covers, fading & creasing on. The Dryden Publications Manual Nomenclature. CASI: Center for AeroSpace Information. CP: Conference Proceeding. CR: Contractor Report. DAA: NASA Form , Scientific.


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An evaluation of selected NASA scientific and technical information products by Thomas E. Pinelli Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Evaluation of Selected NASA Scientific and Technical Information Products: Results of a Pilot Study. Pinelli, Thomas E.; Glassman, Myron A pilot study was conducted to evaluate selected NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) scientific and technical information (STI) by: 2.

An evaluation of selected NASA scientific and technical information products: results of a pilot study Author: Thomas E Pinelli ; Myron Glassman ; Langley Research Center. The findings indicate that: (1) NASA STI is used and is generally perceived as being important; (2) the use rate for NASA-authored conference/meeting papers, journal articles, and technical reports is fairly uniform; (3) a considerable number of respondents are unfamiliar with STAR (Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports), IAA (International Aerospace Abstracts), SCAN (Selected Current Aerospace Author: Thomas E.

Pinelli and Myron Glassman. Guidelines for Quality of Information” as “A scientific assessment is an evaluation of a body of scientific or technical knowledge that typically synthesizes multiple factual inputs, data, models, assumptions, and/or applies best professional judgment to bridge uncertainties in the available information.”.

The NASA Scientific and Technical Information Program mflizes a technology infrastructure assembled in the mid s to late s to process and disseminate its informationproducts.

When this infrastructure was developed it placed NASA as a lead_ in processing ST[.File Size: KB. A NASA contracting officer’s technical representative (COTR) or technical management can select a final report or non-required report authored by a contractor, grantee, or cooperative agreement recipient for publication as a NASA CP, SP, or TP in lieu of publication as a CR.

Many of NASA’s information products are subject to editorial review by a qualified technical editor or other professional. The editorial review ensures that spelling, grammatical, and punctuation errors are discovered and corrected before an information product is disseminated.

and Technical Aerospace Reports), lvhich is a major element in the NASA scientific and technical information system. All of the publications listed in this catalog were issued before January 1. TO order one of these publications, please identify it by its title and the "NASA SP" number assigned to it.

The initials "GPO" preceding the plice of a publication indicate that it. by NASA. SPECIAL PUBLICATION. Scientific, technical, or historical information from NASA programs, projects, and missions, often concerned with subjects having substantial public interest.

TECHNICAL TRANSLATION. English-language translations of foreign scientific and technical material pertinent to NASA’s mission. Specialized services also. NASA’s Proposal Evaluation Process Executive Summary Background. In fiscal year (FY)NASA spent about $ billion (86 percent) of its $ billion budget on contract awards.

Because of the significant amount spent for contracting, effective analyses of proposals are important to ensure that NASA obtains fair and reasonable Size: KB. applicable to the proposed research effort and should not include technical information that belongs in the Scientific/Technical/ Management Section.

The detailed budget section must still include the work effort being paid by NASA. A new section has. NASA will host a symposium titled "Mars: Past, Present and Future" on Thursday, June 22 from 9 a.m.

to 5 p.m. at the agency's Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va. + Read More - NASA Astronomical Observatory Passes Hurdle. This first volume of the Autonomous Control Engineering (ACE) Center Press Series on NASA University Research Center's (URC's) Advanced Technologies on Space Exploration and National Service constitute a report on the research papers and presentations delivered by NASA Installations and industry and Report of the NASA's fourteen URC's held at the First National Conference in.

Selected Science Information. is a gateway to over million pages of government science information. Websites: searches an index of over agency-selected sites.

Agriculture & Food- Food Safety, Gardening, Pesticides, Veterinary Science. The NASA STI Program Office is operated by Langley Research Center, the lead center for NASA's scientific and technical information. The NASA STI Program Office provides access to the NASA STI Database, the largest collection of aeronautical and space science STI in the world.

The Program Office is also NASA's institutional mechanism for disseminating the results of its research and development File Size: 7MB. Learn About: Criteria used to evaluate print and Internet information resources, differences between print and Internet resources, characteristics of scholarly vs.

popular periodicals, and the scholarly publication cycle. Evaluating information sources is a important part of the research process. Not all information is reliable or true, nor will all information be suitable for your paper or.

Coen, who in turn led NASA’s sonic boom research efforts after the mids, also provided information and reviewed my original study. Peter Coen, who managed the Shaped Supersonic Boom Experiment and has been the principal investigator for NASA’s Supersonics Project sincecontinued to help on this book.

Evaluation. All unsolicited proposals will receive equitable handling and, if eligible, peer review. The principal elements considered in evaluating a proposal are 1) its technical, scientific and/or engineering merit, 2) relevance to NASA, and 3) the cost realism and reasonableness.

Dryden Publications Manual:This manual serves as a guide to the technical reporting procedures at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.

The procedures are outlined in a step-by-step process for both NASA series technical reports and for technical conference papers. About the NTRS: NASA Technical Reports Server:This page is hosted by Langley Research Center and contains information about the. z Special Publication: Scientific, technical, or histor-ical information from NASA programs, projects, and missions, often concerned with subjects having sub-stantial public interest.

z Technical Translation: English-language translations of foreign scientific and technical material pertinent to NASA’s mission. e. State-of-the-art summaries, including critical reviews or surveys of a body of scientific or technical literature.

f. Technical reports or monographs that provide complete and comprehensive treatment of significant contributions to scientific and technical knowledge or a critical evaluation of selected, previously published research.NASA recognizes and supports the benefits of having diverse and inclusive scientific, engineering, and technology communities and fully expects that such values will be reflected in the composition of all panels and teams, including peer review panels, proposal teams, scienceFile Size: KB.evaluation weight) and specifically includes the following factors: 1.

The proposal’s relevance and potential contribution to NASA’s scientific and technical areas of emphasis, including the potential to enable new information products and/or measurements which are part of the decadal survey mission.