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BASE (moteur de recherche) Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. BASE est un moteur de recherche développé dans le cadre du projet Open Archives Initiative par l'Université de Bielefeld (Allemagne). Il est fondé sur la technologie Fast Search & Transfer (en), et a contribué au projet européen Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research (en) (DRIVER). BASE effectue l'indexation automatique des bibliothèques numériques utilisant le protocole Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). Il se distingue d'autres moteurs de recherche par sa spécialisation académique, la capacité de trouver des ressources appartenant au Web profond (ou Web invisible, non indexé par les moteurs commerciaux), l'utilisation de la recherche plein texte et la présentation des résultats de recherche accompagnés des données bibliographiques. Moteur BASE Portail sciences de l’information et bibliothèques

Quintura - visual search engine Quintura - visual search engine Quintura - visual search engine for hotels ⚫ London hotels ⚫ Manchester hotels ⚫ Liverpool hotels ⚫ Bournemouth hotels ⚫ Cambridge hotels ⚫ Blackpool hotels ⚫ Cardiff hotels ⚫ Bristol hotels ⚫ Oxford hotels ⚫ Nottingham hotels ⚫ Edinburgh hotels ⚫ Brighton hotels ⚫ Glasgow hotels ⚫ Birmingham hotels ⚫ Leeds hotels OpenDOAR - Home Page - Directory of Open Access Repositories Kimball's Biology Pages Welcome to the Registry of Open Access Repositories - Registry of Open Access Repositories UNdata TICs WORLD VISION PERÚ Glossary of Internet & Web Jargon The URL of this page is Buttons in most browsers' Tool Button Bar, upper left. BACK returns you to the document previously viewed. FORWARD goes to the next document, after you go BACK. If it seems like the BACK button does not work, check whether you are in a new browser window; some links are programmed to open a new window. BLOG or WEB LOG A blog (short for "web log") is a type of web page that offers a series of posted items (short articles, photos, diary entries, etc.). All major web browsers include a way to store links to sites you wish to return to. To create a bookmark, click on BOOKMARKS or FAVORITES, then ADD. An alternative method is to store your bookmarks on a website, such as delicious or digg, that lets you access them from any computer on the Internet and see what others have bookmarked. A system of standardized words ("operators") used to connect search terms. See -REJECT TERM and FUZZY AND.

NDLTD: Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations — NDLTD Union of Intelligible Associations s Glossary of Internet Terms The URL of this document is: which is where you can look for the latest, most complete version. Feel free to make links to that URL. Back to Index 1xRTT -- (Single Carrier (1x) Radio Transmission Technology) A wireless communications protocol used for connections to networks by devices such as laptop computers. 1xRTT has the capability of providing data transfer speeds of up to 144 thousand bps. 1xRTT is a built on top of another widely used protocol, CDMA and is also called CMDA2000. See also: bps, CDMA, Network, Protocol ADN -- (Advanced Digital Network) Usually refers to a 56Kbps leased-line. See also: bps, Leased Line ADSL -- (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) A DSL line where the upload speed is different from the download speed. See also: Download, DSL, SDSL, Upload Ajax -- (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) Often (but not always) the data fetched by the javascript code is in XML format. See also: JavaScript, Web page, XML Anonymous FTP See also: FTP

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