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Z39.50

Z39.50

An ANSI standard query language that is a simplified version of SQL. It is used on the Internet to search for documents. See WAIS.
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para]]Auto-Graphics helping to restore an abandoned Z39.
This statement includes the following items: Integrated library management systems, information retrieval systems, bibliographical utilities, technologies used for reference services, Z39.
They cover the impact of license agreements on access to information, assessing the Libqual+TM tools in improving service quality standards, bibliographic management software and the Z39.
The ESG Catalog can also connect to other catalogs through Z39.
Inter-connectivity with other metadata repositories through the adoption of the Z39.
This online database allows access to more than 100,000 MARC records that can be copied directly into collections through a Z39.
a working portal supporting access to a range of Z39.
Some of the most useful include: Libweb (US); KINETICA (Australia); COPAC (UK); NACSIS (Japan); LIBRIS (Sweden); REX (Denmark); OHIO Link; Illinet and Z39.
More than 1 million unique bibliographic records will be captured by Auto-Graphics into the newly-named HI-FILE database, which is compliant with Z39.
Enhancements to the product line include a dynamic FRBR inspired clustered results set, increased control through a digital rights management facility, Z39.
Statewide hybrid online catalog for over one hundred Z39.
Wasserman (2006) states the three important standards that relate to cataloging with an automated system are: MARC, Z39.