Z39.50 is an international standard client–server, application layer
communications protocol for searching and retrieving information from a
database over a ...
Mar 14, 2014 ... The Library of Congress Maintenance Agency page for International Standard
Collection of addresses for active Z39.50 servers (includes statistics).
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
This term refers to two information standards: the International Standard, ISO
23950: "Information Retrieval (Z39.50): Application Service Definition and
BibDataZU is a free Z39.50 client software. Search multiple Z39.50 databases
simultaneously. Marc record editor. Export to marc and text. Export single or ...
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 ...
The Z39.50 standard for information retrieval is important from a number of
perspectives. While still not widely known within the computer networking
The British Library Z39.50 MARC 21 service offers free access to the British
Library's MARC records.