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1Young, J.A. ; Hickey, T.B.: WikiD: an OpenURL 1.0 application.
In: D-Lib magazine. 12(2006) nos.7/8, x S.
Abstract: OpenURL was originally developed to enable link resolution of citation information in a distributed interoperable way. The initial standard (version 0.1) has been effectively subsumed as an application (named the San Antonio Level 1 profile) of a much more general framework called OpenURL 1.0. We used the framework to create WikiD (Wiki/Data), an application that has little to do with citation link resolvers, but is instead a set of general purpose services for managing arbitrary collections of items. The model for this application is a wiki engine generalized to manage multiple collections of XML records. This article describes WikiD and how it can serve as an example for applications that can be built on the foundation of the OpenURL framework.
Anmerkung: Vgl.: http://dlib.ukoln.ac.uk/dlib/july06/young/07young.html.
Objekt: WikiD ; OpenURL
2Apps, A. ; MacIntyre, R.: Why OpenURL?.
In: D-Lib magazine. 12(2006) no.5, x S.
Abstract: The improvement of access to scholarly literature caused by electronic journal publishing quickly led to the wish for seamless linking to referenced articles. This article looks at the evolution of linking technologies with a particular focus on OpenURL, now a NISO standard. The implications for stakeholders in the supply chain are explored, including publishers, intermediaries, libraries and readers. The benefits, expectations and business drivers are examined. The article also highlights some novel, existing and potential future, uses, including increased user-empowerment and possibilities beyond referencing traditional bibliographic material.
Anmerkung: Vgl.: http://dlib.ukoln.ac.uk/dlib/may06/apps/05apps.html.
3Van de Sompel, H. ; Beit-Arie, O.: Generalizing the OpenURL framework beyond references to scholarly works : the Bison-Futé model.
In: D-Lib magazine. 7(2001) nos.7/8, xx S.
Abstract: This paper introduces the Bison-Futé model, a conceptual generalization of the OpenURL framework for open and context-sensitive reference linking in the web-based scholarly information environment. The Bison-Futé model is an abstract framework that identifies and defines components that are required to enable open and context-sensitive linking on the web in general. It is derived from experience gathered from the deployment of the OpenURL framework over the course of the past year. It is a generalization of the current OpenURL framework in several aspects. It aims to extend the scope of open and context-sensitive linking beyond web-based scholarly information. In addition, it offers a generalization of the manner in which referenced items -- as well as the context in which these items are referenced -- can be described for the specific purpose of open and context-sensitive linking. The Bison-Futé model is not suggested as a replacement of the OpenURL framework. On the contrary: it confirms the conceptual foundations of the OpenURL framework and, at the same time, it suggests directions and guidelines as to how the current OpenURL specifications could be extended to become applicable beyond the scholarly information environment.
Anmerkung: Vgl.: http://dlib.ukoln.ac.uk/dlib/july01/vandesompel/07vandesompel.html.
Objekt: OpenURL ; Bison-Futé model