Z39.50 is an international standard client–server, application layer
communications protocol for searching and retrieving information from a
database over a ...
The WWW/Z39.50 gateway to LC server and other servers.
National Information Standards Organization Z39.50 Information Retrieval
Protocol (Z39.50/ISO 23950), a computer protocol that can be implemented on
With the OCLC Z39.50 Cataloging service, libraries access WorldCat to search
and retrieve MARC records for cataloging, edit records in their local systems, set
Z39.50 is an international information retrieval standard (ISO 23950) which
enables one computer to speak to another in order to find and obtain information.
Z39.50 (z3950) is a protocol. It is also a NISO standard, developed by the library
community and used to create a client application that allows users to search ...
Universitetssykehus HF -p Medisinsk bibliotek (Nor.) Library Catalog, z3950.
bibsys.no, 2100, akersyk, http://www.bibsys.no/files/out/z39.50/bibz.html.
Z39.50 is a standard communications protocol for the search and retrieval of
bibliographic data in online databases. Z39.50 is used on the Internet to s...
The British Library Z39.50 MARC 21 service offers free access to the British
Library's MARC records.
A Z39.50 implementation enables one interface to access multiple library
catalogs providing the end-user with nearly transparent access to other systems.