Agent Technology concepts in a heterogeneous distributed searching environment

 
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Dent, V.F. and Hall, W. and Harris, S. and Hey, J. and Martinez, K. (2001) Agent Technology concepts in a heterogeneous distributed searching environment. VINE, 123. pp. 55-63. ISSN 0305-5728

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Abstract

Hybrid libraries provide multiple ways to access information in various formats, normally within a common information framework. The eLib project MALIBU (MAnaging the Hybrid LIbrary for the Benefit of Users) focuses on the development of models, both prototypic and theoretic, for management and organisation of the hybrid library. This article describes the agent technology used for the MALIBU prototype search engine that allows for the search and retrieval of information from disparate resources.

Deposited by Dr Terry Payne on 10 February 2005

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