Reference Linking in un ambiente di biblioteca ibrida Parte 1: Strutture per il linking [Traduzione italiana a cura di Cinzia Bucchioni]

Van de Sompel, Herbert and Hochstenbach, Patrick Reference Linking in un ambiente di biblioteca ibrida Parte 1: Strutture per il linking [Traduzione italiana a cura di Cinzia Bucchioni]., 2002 UNSPECIFIED. [Other]


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Italian translation by Cinzia Bucchioni of the article "Reference Linking in a Hybrid Library Environment, Part 1: Frameworks for Linking by Herbert Van de Sompel and Patrick Hochstenbach". Published in D-Lib Magazine, April 1999, Volume 5 Issue 4, ISSN 1082-9873

Italian abstract

La creazione di servizi di collegamento tra entità informazionali correlate è un’area che sta attraendo crescente interesse nell’ambito dello sviluppo del web in generale, e in particolare dei sistemi di informazione legati alla ricerca. Sebbene la maggior parte dei contributi sulla comunicazione scientifica elettronica abbia enfatizzato piuttosto altri benefici, quali l’aumentata velocità di comunicazione, la possibilità di scambiare contenuti multimediali e il venire meno delle limitazioni sulla lunghezza dei contributi scientifici, attualmente tanto la pratica quanto la teoria puntano sui servizi di integrazione come sulla maggior opportunità di miglioramento per la comunicazione dei contenuti. Editori, agenzie commissionarie, ricercatori e bibliotecari, stanno tutti cercando il modo per creare valore aggiunto collegando effettivamente entità informazionali logicamente correlate, presentando così ogni elemento informativo nell’ambito di un più vasto contesto di informazione stimata rilevante per gli utenti. Traduzione italiana a cura di Cinzia Bucchioni.

Item type: Other
Keywords: services linking, reference linking, SFX, OpenURL
Subjects: I. Information treatment for information services
Depositing user: Antonella De Robbio
Date deposited: 31 May 2003
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 11:57

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