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Listed are information technology publications and reports. These publications are issued as Special Publications (Spec. Pub.). Special Publications series include the 500 series (Information Technology), the 800 series (Computer Security), and the 881 series (Federal Electronic Data Interchange [EDI] Conventions).



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GPO ORDER NUMBER NTIS ORDER
NUMBER
NIST GCR 98-739 A Cognitive Framework for Information Visualization: Annotated Bibliography, by Benjamin A. Knott, Marc M. Sebrechts, James H. Howard, Michael S. Miller, and Joanna Vasliakis; July 1998 - PB98-153562
NIST GCR 98-735 A Testability-based Assertion Placement Tool for Object-Oriented Software, Dolores Wallace, Editor; Jeffrey Boas, Matthew Schmid, and Michael Schatz; January 1998 - PB98-122948
NIST GCR 95-675 Testability of Object-Oriented Systems, work performed by Reliable Software Technologies Corporation under contract to NIST; June 1995 - PB242418
NIST GCR 95-670 Standards Policy and Information Infrastructure, NIST, Science, Technology and Public Policy Program, Harvard University, and Technology Policy Working Group, Information Infrastructure Task Force; May 1995 - PB95-231882
NIST GCR 94-654 Federal Certification Authority Liability and Policy, Michael S. Baum, J.D., MBA Cambridge, MA; June 1994 - PB94-191202
NIST GCR 93-635 Private Branch Exchange (PBX) Security Guideline, September 1993 - PB94-100880



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