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Finding the Way in the Age of Infoglut Table of contents Abstract Topic maps are a new ISO standard for describing knowledge structures and associating them with information resources.
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17th February 2006 What is Zthes? The Zthes family of specifications facilitate interoperability for applications that deal with thesauri - semantic hierarchies of terms as described in ISO 2788 and ANSI/NISO Z39.19. The core specification in the Zthes suite is an abstract model for thesaurus terms. This model is made concrete by an XML format for representing thesauri according to this model. Additional specifications show how queries into Zthes-compliant thesauri may be expressed using CQL, and how such thesauri may be accessed using the REST-like SRU protocol and the SOAP-based SRW web-service, or using the ANSI/NISO Z39.50 information retrieval protocol, Zthes - The Zthes specifications for thesaurus representation, a