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Notes on developments affecting the Scottish Common Information Environment 2004-2005

Dunsire, G. (2006) Notes on developments affecting the Scottish Common Information Environment 2004-2005. WIDWISAWN, 4 (1). ISSN 1478-8055

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Abstract

This article is based on a report to a follow-up meeting of the CC-interop project which investigated issues in physical and distributed union catalogues using COPAC (CURL OPAC) and the Z39.50 "clumps" which include CAIRNS.