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A utopian place of criticism : brokering access to network information

Author: Lorcan Dempsey; Rosemary Russell; Robin Murray; UK Office for Library and Information Networking.
Publisher: [Bath] : L. Dempsey, 1999.
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The management of autonomous, heterogeneous network resources and services provides new challenges which libraries are now addressing. This paper outlines an approach based on the construction of broker services which mediate access to resources. It outlines a framework - the MODELS Information Architecture - for thinking about the components of broker services and their logical arrangement. It describes several  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lorcan Dempsey; Rosemary Russell; Robin Murray; UK Office for Library and Information Networking.
OCLC Number: 53923053
Notes: Article is part of the UKOLN website.
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This is a preprint version of Lorcan Dempsey, Rosemary Russell, and Robin Murray. A utopian place of criticism : brokering access to network information. Journal of documentation, 55 (1), 1999. p. 33-70.
Details: Mode of access: Internet.
Other Titles: Journal of documentation.
Responsibility: Lorcan Dempsey and Rosemary Russell and Robin Murray.

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The management of autonomous, heterogeneous network resources and services provides new challenges which libraries are now addressing. This paper outlines an approach based on the construction of broker services which mediate access to resources. It outlines a framework - the MODELS Information Architecture - for thinking about the components of broker services and their logical arrangement. It describes several development projects and services which show how brokers are developing.

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