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Z39.50 - Wikipedia


Z39.50 is an international standard client–server, application layer communications protocol for searching and retrieving information from a database over a ...

Z39.50 Maintenance Agency Page - Library of Congress


The Library of Congress Maintenance Agency page for International Standard Z39.50.

Z39.50 Resource Page - NISO


National Information Standards Organization Z39.50 Information Retrieval Protocol (Z39.50/ISO 23950), a computer protocol that can be implemented on any ...

What is Z39.50? - EBSCO Help - EBSCO Support


Jul 7, 2016 ... 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 ...

Z39.50: use your system to search our database | Libraries Australia


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.

Z-Brary.com - Registry of z39.50 Targets - A


Universitetssykehus HF -p Medisinsk bibliotek (Nor.) Library Catalog, z3950. bibsys.no, 2100, akersyk, http://www.bibsys.no/files/out/z39.50/bibz.html. Akershus

IRSpy: Welcome


Collection of addresses for active Z39.50 servers (includes statistics).

What Does Z39.50 Do? - CNI Home Page


Z39.50 is an applications-layer protocol originally modelled within the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Basic Reference Model developed by the ...

What is Z39.50? - CNI Home Page


The ANSI/NISO Z39.50 Protocol: Information Retrieval in the Information ... ANSI/ NISO Z39.50 is the American National Standard Information Retrieval ...

The Z39.50 Information Retrieval Standard: Part I: A Strategic View ...


The Z39.50 standard for information retrieval is important from a number of perspectives. While still not widely known within the computer networking community, ...

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Z39.50 Gateway - Library of Congress


The WWW/Z39.50 gateway to LC server and other servers.

Z39.50 Cataloging - OCLC


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  ...

What is Z39.50? - Definition from WhatIs.com - SearchOracle


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...