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1Taylor, M. ; Dickmeiss, A.: Delivering MARC/XML records from the Library of Congress catalogue using the open protocols SRW/U and Z39.50.
(121 UNIMARC with Information Technology ; 065-E)
Abstract: The MARC standard for representing catalogue records and the Z39.50 standard for locating and retrieving them have facilitated interoperability in the library domain for more than a decade. With the increasing ubiquity of XML, these standards are being superseded by MARCXML and MarcXchange for record representation and SRW/U for searching and retrieval. Service providers moving from the older standards to the newer generally need to support both old and new forms during the transition period. YAZ Proxy uses a novel approach to provide SRW/MARCXML access to the Library of Congress catalogue, by translating requests into Z39.50 and querying the older system directly. As a fringe benefit, it also greatly accelerates Z39.50 access.
Anmerkung: Vortrag, World Library and Information Congress: 71th IFLA General Conference and Council "Libraries - A voyage of discovery", August 14th - 18th 2005, Oslo, Norway. ;
Objekt: XML ; MARC ; Z39.50 ; SRW/U
2Taylor, M.: Using the Google search appliance for federated searching : a case study.
In: Libraries and Google. Eds.: Miller, W. u. R.M. Pellen. Binghamton, N.Y. : Haworth, 2005. S.45-55.
(Internet reference services quarterly. 10(2005) nos.3/4)
Abstract: This article discusses the University of Nevada, Reno's experiment of federated searching with version 4.1 of the Google Search Appliance. The project's testbed included locally held CONTENTdm and geospatial data collections and a sample of records from EBSCO's Academic Search Premiere database. The latter set of records revealed the GSA's limitations in being able to index and retrieve content that is dynamically generated and that requires third party authentication.
Land/Ort: USA ; Reno
4Taylor, M.J. ; Mortimer, A.M. ; Addison, M.A. ; Turner, M.C.R.: 'NESS-plants' : an interactive multi-media information system for botanic gardens.
In: Information retrieval: new systems and current research. Proceedings of the 15th Research Colloquium of the British Computer Society Information Retrieval Specialist Group, Glasgow, 1993. Ed.: R. Leon. London : Taylor Graham, 1994. S.119-.
Abstract: Multimedia techniques facilitate simplified access to information databases containing diverse types of data, ranging from simple text to audio and pictorial information. The design of such systems focuses on the user interface, with particular emphasis on navigation through the information base. The paper describes the enhancement of an interactive multimedia information system developed at the University of Liverpool for use by the general public in the University's Botanic Gardens, at Ness. The original system consists of a plant record management system for handling textual and graphical information, and a library of pictures; a task oriented user interface providing flexible interrogation of the held information; and independent access facilities for casual visitors i.e. the general public and professional curators i.e. the garden staff. A novel feature of the general public's interaction is the ability to compose complex queries visually, using multimediua techniques. These locate individual plant records in the context of an on screen map which represents the geographic layout of the garden
5Taylor, M. ; Winstanley, B.: Bibliographic control of computer files : the feasibility of a union catalogue of computer files.
London : British Library Board [for] British Library Research and Development Department, 1990. VIII,86 S.
(British Library Research Paper; 89)
Abstract: Describes a project based at the ESRC Data Archive, Esses University to examine standards for cataloguing computer files and the feasibility of creating a union catalogue of computer files. A pilot scheme was set up to enable the MARC record output of the ESRC Data Archive to be merged with the software records of the NISS (National Information on Software and Services) data base, which is available on the JANET network.
Behandelte Form: Elektronische Datenträger
LCSH: Cataloging of machine / readable data files
Precis: Databases / Cataloguing