Task Group on Computer/Communications Protocols for Bibliographic Data Interchange
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Task Group on Computer/Communications Protocols for Bibliographic Data Interchange second report. by National Library of Canada. Task Group on Computer/Communication Protocols for Bibliographic Data Interchange.

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Published by National Library of Canada, Canadian Govt. Pub. Centre [distributor] in Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Canada.

Subjects:

  • Library information networks -- Canada.,
  • Exchange of bibliographic information -- Canada.,
  • Computer network protocols.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesGroupe de travail sur les protocoles de communication/ordinateurs pour l"échange de données bibliographiques.
SeriesCanadian network papers,, no. 10
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ674.83.C2 N37 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination11, 12 p. ;
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2281263M
ISBN 100660531283
LC Control Number86146037

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National Library of Canada has 38 books on Goodreads with 14 ratings. National Library of Canada’s most popular book is Out of This World: Canadian Scien. Acknowledgement The contributions made by Alan Murdock, Maggie MacLelland, Mazharul Islam and Barrie Burns to the preparation of this paper are greatly appreciated. References [1] Task Group on Computer/Communications Protocols for Bibliographic Data Interchange. Second Report of the Task Group. Ottawa, National Library of Canada (). [2]Author: E. Buchinski. nationwide library and information services network, appointed a task group on computer/communications Protocols for Bibliographic Data Interchange Program vol. 31 no. 1. In January , Guy Silvestre, the National Librarian of Canada, noting the importance of facilitating resource sharing through the development of a nationwide library and information services network, appointed a task group on computer/communications Protocols for Bibliographic Data Interchange Aslib, The Association for Information.

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