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Bibliomics is a critical area of human-machine interaction research which aims at the problem of the growing volume of electronimcally stored data and its inaccessiblity to those in need of it.  The conceptual and methodological basis for our work is the principle of constructing information in ways which capitalize on the powerful features of the human nervous system for perceiving and rendering to consciousness different kinds of information. Information technology has exploded in terms of speed, volume of data processed and contained, and capacity for manipulation, what has been left out of this progress is the human.  If technologies are not developed which allow the human user to more fully benefit from the abilities of the hardware and software, outcomes will suffer, especially in those areas with the greatest risk for human costs. 


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