|John C. Chien
||September 29, 2000 00:14
(1). My approach is to get the help from the company's librarian. After a month of so, the free copy will always arrive. (2). My second approach is, find a university in the city, go over there and do my own search and reading. I can buy a coping machine card or bring in a lot of coins to do my own copying. (3). At least, in this way, I am not limited by the facility and I can always find the paper I want. (4). Why not e-mail to the publisher or library, or even a book store to find out the locations of the paper. Not every library has all of the journals, but they can easily track down the paper and make a copy. (5). My personal suggestion is: get some help from the professional librarian.