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Article

Nicholson, Dennis and Joseph, Anu and McCulloch, E. (2009) HILT IV : subject interoperability through building and embedding pilot terminology web services. World Digital Libraries, 2 (1). pp. 1-22.

Book Section

Macgregor, George and Joseph, Anu and Nicholson, Dennis; Prasad, A.R.D and Madalli, Devika P., eds. (2007) A SKOS Core approach to implementing an M2M terminology mapping server. In: International Conference on Semantic Web & Digital Libraries (ICSD 2007). Documentation Research & Training Centre, Bangalore, India, pp. 109-120.

Report

Nicholson, Dennis and McCulloch, Emma and Joseph, Anu (2009) HILT : High-Level Thesaurus Project. Phase IV and Embedding Project Extension : Final Report. [Report]

Nicholson, Dennis and McCulloch, Emma and Dawson, Alan and Joseph, Anu and Macgregor, George and Dunsire, Gordon and Rees, Christine and Medyckyj-Scott, David and Boyle, Edward G and Soares, Ben and Stickland, Tim and Parkinson, Bob and McKay, Donald and Heery, Rachel and Powell, Andy and Hutchison, Bill and Peacock, Dave and Will, Leonard (2005) HILT : High-Level Thesaurus Project M2M Feasibility Study : [Final Report]. [Report]

SLIC (Scottish Library and Information Council) (Funder); Nicholson, D. and Dunsire, G. and Dawson, A. and Macgregor, G. and Shiri, A. and Joseph, A. and Williamson, A. and Jones, E.. (2004) SPEIR: Scottish Portals for Education, Information and Research. Final Project Report: Elements and Future Development Requirements of a Common Information Environment for Scotland. [Report]

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