Subjective, socially materialized information and a document

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Abstract

Subjective and socially materialized information is compared. A document is considered as a material object that promotes a decrease in uncertainty in making a management decision within the framework of a specific communication.

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subjective information socially materialized information document ideal material 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Storage Department, Taneev Musical LibraryTchaikovsky Moscow State ConservatoryMoscowRussia

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