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  • 631-L2-TC-441.25/1

    Twenty Fifth Consultative Meetingof INIS Liaison Officers

    Vienna, 21-23 May 1997

    STATUS REPORT OF INIS OPERATIONS

    APRIL 1996 - APRIL 1997

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETING STATUS REPORTOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS PAGE 1

    Table of Contents

    A. General Statistics Page 2

    B. INIS Section 1996 Financial Perfonnance Report

    and 1997 Financial Plan Page 21

    Staff of the INIS Section (March 1997) Page 22

    D. INIS Input Page 23

    E. INIS Processing Support Page 25

    F. INIS Output Products Page 28

    G. Promotion. Information and Other Services Page 40

    H. OECD/NEA Computer Program Service to Non-

    OECD members through the IAEA: Report for 1996 Page 43

    I. Training, TC Fellowship and Project Support Page 48

    J. INIS Computer Support Page 52

    K. Decisions and Recommendations of the 24th Page 53Consultative Meeting of IMS Liaison Officers28-31 May 1996, Kyoto

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETING STATUS REPORTOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS PAGE 2

    A. GENERAL STATISTICS1995 1996

    MembershipOfficial Participants (Member States + Int. Orgs.) 1 11 (94+17) 1 16 (99+17)

    Centres submitting input 78 (70+8) 77 (67+10)

    Form of Input ''Number of centres submitting input on:- Magnetic tape- Diskettes- Worksheets- E-mail-FTP

    Input and Processing FiguresItems received (volume year)Items received (calendar year)In machine-readable formItems published (volume year)'1'Items published (calendar year)121

    Output FiguresCentres receiving INIS output tapesSubscriptions to INIS Atomindex (paid)Subscriptions to INIS Atomindex (free)

    Subscriptions to documents on microfiche 28 21

    Members using direct access to the Database 19 18at the IAEA (including the IAEA)

    INIS on CD-ROMTotal paid subscriptions (current & lapsed)Total paid subscriptions (current)Total free subscriptions

    797699.7979

    2418318

    5918408%021400

    18205238

    22833813

    858299.8082

    1416:24:

    25077297%516717

    11

    1519289

    18510196

    [1] Some centres submit input in more than one type of media[2] It should be noted that those figures, and those on pages 11-20, reflect the actual numbers of records published,i.e. they exclude deleted and changed records. The figures cited in INIS Information Letter No. 135 include suchrecords and thus are somewhat higher.

  • 25TH CONSULTAT IVE MEETINGOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS

    STATUS REPORTPAGE3

    Meetings (1995-91?)

    Consultative Meeting of INIS Liaison Officers

    INIS Training Seminar

    INIS Workshop

    Group Fellowship Training

    Consultants Meeting

    Technical Committee

    Advisory Committee for INIS

    INIS Members represented

    1995 1996

    72

    5 (+5 non-members)10

    18

    73

    38

    15

    Staff

    Approved posts in the INIS Section:Professional staffGeneral Service staff

    1726.5 26.5

    Budget

    In US $ millions - approved budget(ROE for 19')5: AS 10.03 = US$1)(ROE for 1996: AS 10.47 = US$1)

    In US $ millions - actual expenditure(ROE for 1995: AS 10.03 = US$1)(ROE for 1996: AS 10.47 = US$1)

    5.883 5.395

    5.845 5.290

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETINGOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS

    Countries and International Organizations participating in

    Country

    AlbaniaAlgeriaArgentinaArmeniaAustraliaAustriaBangladeshBelarusBelgiumBoliviaBrazilBulgariaCameroonCanadaChileChinaColombiaCosta RicaCroatiaCubaCyprusCzech Rep.DenmarkEcuador

    EgyptEstoniaEthiopiaFinlandFranceGermanyGhanaGreeceGuatemalaHungaryIndiaIndonesiaIran. Isl. Rep.IraqIrelandIsraelItalyJapan

    Liaison Officer

    L. QafokuM. BenhamadiA. T. ChavezJ. KurghinyanM. HuxlinA. NevyjelK. A. HoqueV.A. IvanyukovichA. Sneyers-

    L. F. Passos de MacedoI. MitevaB. EtoundiM. LimL. TrujilloG. Huang A. RussiM. A. Zamora GonzalezN. Novo selD. Alonso MederosA. SawaP. AdamekB. PedersenH. CifuentesM. I. HassanI. MaalmannB. DonE. M. TolonenD. LoehnerG. F. SchultheissE. A. AgyemanA. Maltezos-

    P. RobozM. R. BalakrishnanH. KusumoA. JafarnejadI. A. AjajM. KellyE. ShalmonP. MolinasN. Hiramatsu

    STATUS REPORTPAGE 4

    INIS

    Alternate Liaison Officer

    S. Asselah

    V. KourguinianS. GoixingeF. RanzM. Kaikobad

    L. Femando SayaoL. VasilevaD. F. Kenmogne

    V. Ortiz

    A. G. SanchezA. Araya Mann

    J. Acen ComasS. Christofides

    L. Nissen

    M. A. Ashoub

    E. Alemu

    D. MarekG. Emi-ReynoldsK. PotiriadesJ. Palma

    M. Ho seinR. A. Al-Shaheed

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETINGOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS

    STATUS REPORTPAGE 5

    JordanKazakstnKenyaKoreaKuwaitLebanonLibyaLithuaniaMadagascarMalaysiaMaliMexicoMongoliaMoroccoMyanmarNetherlandsNew ZealandNicaraguaNigeriaNorwayPakistanPanamaParaguayPeruPhilippinesPolandPortugalQatarRomaniaRussian Fed.Saudi ArabiaSingaporeSlovak Rep.SloveniaSouth AfricaSpainSri LankaSudanSwedenSwitzerlandSyriaThailand

    R. QassemS. AbdykhalykovaL. K. MuthiganiYong-Hwan KimA. K. Al-JassarA. HabibF. SerebaD. JanenasA. J. RubisIbrahim Ali-R. Botello CorteD. TundevF. Mazouar(J. Hla WinF. G. H. van Wees-F. MoralesDirector General, ECNR. FeylingK. Gui-V. Rodriguez GautoJ. L. A. Prado CubaI. DelfinT. UrbanskiM. A. Alexandre CostaS. M. Al-MalkiM. I. CristuV. G. Terent'evA. O. Al-MusaF. SoeratmanK. JankoD. PungercarC. N. van der MerweE. Martin SantamaraH. G. P. KarunaratneI. A. Shaddad1 . EdvardsonS. HuwylerR. Al-Shanaa Mongkulmann

    K. Y. Awad

    H. Maina NjorogeYun Soo Lim*

    M. Fkini

    R. AndriambololoNor R. A. Hamid

    R. Novelo Pena

    A. Brunvold

    E. Conti

    O. G. Mikhnevich

    H. M. K. SoysaN. Orner SinadaU. WidemoP. KohlerN. SkheitaP. Patumthong

    denotes that the Alternate LO's institute is not the same as the LO's institute

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETINGOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS

    The Former YugoslavRep. of MacedoniaTunisiaTurkeyUgandaUK

    UkraineUruguayUSAUzbekistanVenezuelaViet NamYemenYugoslaviaZaireZambia

    Organization

    AAEACECCERNFAOIAEAICRPIIASAICSTIISO

    JINRNEAOAUUNIDOUNSCEARWECWHOWMO

    M. Sejmenova-GicevskaN. E. Hachicha0. Sahin SeckinF.T. Esiangu-

    J. I. PisankoA. RebellatoR. Ch. MorganA. D. AvezovJ. A. LozadaHoaug Anh NguyenM. S. Abdullah "N. MarinkovicN. DikolelaW. C. Mushipi

    Liaison Officer

    B. ChebaniG. Steven PettenatiG. StergiouC. TodeschiniD. A. PenyE. Loe serA. I. LovtzovE. PatrikeevV. A. BiryukovE. SartoriA. W. GhabrialV. Podshibyakin-P. MuellnerK. ShibataL. E. Olsson

    STATUS REPORTPAGE 6

    S.Fascioli de Turenne

    R. B. SanaevY. Rojas

    Z. ZdravkovicM. Lubanza

    = 99 countries

    Alternate Liaison Officer

    L. I. Molotkov

    = 17 international organizations

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETING STATUS REPORTOF IN1S LIAISON OFFICERS PAGE 7

    MEMBER STATES

    Year Countries + Int. Org. New Member States1978 6 2 4 1 3 Kuwait, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali,

    Qatar, Sri Lanka, Zaire, Zambia.

    1979 6 4 + 1 3 Columbia, D.PR. Korea.

    1980

    1981

    1982

    1983

    1984

    1985

    1986

    1987

    1988

    1989

    1990

    1991

    1992

    1993

    Kenya, Ethiopia.

    1994 88+17 Croatia, Lebanon and Lithuania joined,D.PR.Korea withdrew.

    1995 94+17 Armenia, Kazakstn, Uzbekistan, MyanmarEstonia, Tunisia.

    1996 99 + 17 The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,Republic of Cyprus, Singapore, Yemen,Uganda

    66

    69

    69

    72

    73

    74

    74

    75

    78

    79

    79

    80

    81

    86

    + 13

    + 14

    + 14

    + 14

    + 14

    + 14

    + 14

    + 14

    + 15

    + 15

    + 15

    + 16

    + 17

    + 17

    Cuba, Greece.

    Libya, Paraguay, Syria + IIASA.

    -

    Saudi Arabia, Nigeria. Guatemala.

    China.

    Uruguay.

    -

    Panama.

    Costa Rica, Morocco, Jordan, UNIDO

    Mongolia.

    DDR ceased, Sudan joined.

    Albania, AAEA.

    Bolivia, WMO.

    Nicaragua. Slovenia. Slovakia.

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETING STATUS REPORTOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS PAGE 8

    OUTPUT TAPES SUPPLIED

    Year Nujliber Member States

    1978 41 Norway, Netherlands, Euratom cancelled.

    1979 38 Pakistan added; Turkey cancelled.

    1980 38

    1981 38 Iraq added; Denmark cancelled.

    1982 40 Cuba and Greece added.

    1983 40 Libya added; Finland cancelled.

    1984 42 Bangladesh, China added.

    1985 43 Turkey added.

    1986 41 Libya, Switzerland cancelled.

    1987 42 Viet Nam added.

    1988 40 Saudi Arabia added, Bangladesh, Spain

    and Venezuela cancelled.

    1989 35 New Zealand, CERN, Turkey, Algeriaand Viet Nam cancelled

    1990 35 Algeria added, DDR ceased.

    1991 32 Bulgaria, Australia andSaudi Arabia cancelled.

    1992 25 Argentina, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Poland,Romania and Yugoslavia cancelled.

    1993 21 Italy, Cuba, Greece, Israel and ICSTI

    cancelled, D.P.R. Korea added.

    D.P.R. Korea withdrew.

    South Africa, JINR cancelled.

    Austria, Sweden, and UK cancelled

    1994

    1995

    1996

    20

    18

    15

  • 25TH CONSULTATIVE MEETING STATUS REPORTOF INIS LIAISON OFFICERS PAGE 9

    INIS Correspondence Sent to INIS Liaison Officers in 1996

    No. Date Subject

    INIS Circular Lette rs

    None

    INIS Technical Notes

    116 1996-01-18 INIS Questionnaire for Maintenance of the Coiporate

    Authority117 1996-03-11 INIS Questionnaire for FIBRE Enhancement118 1996-09-0: Updating LNIS Liaison Officers' Data in the Introduction

    for Vol. 28 of INIS Atomindex119 1996-09-17 Update of List of Journals Regularly Scanned and Key Journals120 1996-10-11 Non-Conventional Literature Data Production and Prep aration -

    Barcodes121 1996-12-02