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bookmark

Computing
a. an address for a website stored on a computer so that the user can easily return to the site
b. an identifier placed in a document so that part of the document can be accessed easily

bookmark

[′bu̇k‚märk]
(computer science)
Any method of halting the processing of a transaction and holding it, as far as it has been completed, until processing resumes.
A code that is inserted at a particular place in a document or that is associated with a particular document so that the user can easily return to the specified insertion point or document.
A Web page location (URL) which is saved by a user for quick reference.

bookmark

(World-Wide Web)
A user's reference to a document on the World-Wide Web or other hypermedia system, usually in the form of a URL and a title or comment string.

Most World-Wide Web and Gopher browsers can save and load a file of bookmarks to allow you to quickly locate documents to which you want to refer again.

bookmark

A stored location for quick retrieval at a later date. Web browsers provide bookmarks that contain the addresses (URLs) of favorite sites. Most electronic references, large text databases and help systems provide bookmarks that mark a location users want to revisit in the future. See Favorites, bookmark portal and bookmarklet.
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Siteseer provides as recommendations those pages which have been bookmarked by the user's virtual neighbors, giving preference to pages drawn from folders with the highest overlap as well as those held within multiple folders in the neighborhood.
A large number of developed tools are designed to integrate Connotea into PubMed, varying from PubMed search tools customized for Connotea users (Connotea Client), to a tool that puts "Add to Connotea" links in each PubMed record (PubMed2Connotea), to a tool that alerts PubMed searchers to citations that have been bookmarked in Connotea (PubConn).
Medidata Solutions, a leading developer of next generation electronic data capture (EDC) solutions for the clinical research industry, today announced a revolutionary new e-submission module, a fully-automated system for creating bookmarked and hyperlinked electronic clinical report forms (eCRFs) in PDF format - eliminating manual tasks and saving biopharmaceutical companies time and money when submitting clinical trial results to regulatory agencies.