CEN MetaLex

CEN MetaLex standardizes the way in which sources of law and references to sources of law are to be represented in XML. It was developed by the CEN Workshop on an Open XML Interchange Format for Legal and Legislative Resources (MetaLex). SeeAlso

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Wrapper (data mining)

Wrapper in data mining is a program that extracts content of a particular information source and translates it into a relational form.[1] Many web pages present structured data – telephone directories, product catalogs, etc. formatted for human browsing using HTML language. Structured data are typically descriptions of objects retrieved from underlying databases and displayed in […]

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The Bibliographic Ontology

The Bibliographic Ontology describes bibliographic things on the semantic Web in RDF. This ontology can be used as a citation ontology, as a document classification ontology, or simply as a way to describe any kind of document in RDF. It has been inspired by many existing document description metadata formats, and can be used as […]

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Library Access to Standards

You can reference standards at the following list of libraries if you reside in the same town or county. As a consumer, access can help you to become more informed about what to expect from product and service providers. As a business, access can help you decide which standards should be obtained for your business […]

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Jisc Publications Router

Jisc Publications Router aims to streamline the process of depositing journal articles in an institutional repository. As described by Jisc: “Jisc Publications Router is a messaging system that receives notifications about article publications from publishers and other sources (e.g. Europe PMC) and routes these using a matching algorithm to particular institutional repositories. At its simplest, […]

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