The SFX Framework for Context-Sensitive Reference LinkingPresentation Transcript
The SFX Framework for Context-Sensitive Reference Linking herbert van de sompel acknowledgements patrick hochstenbach the LWW team of the LANL Research Library the Council on Library and Information Resources the Digital Library Federation the Belgian National Science Foundation American Physical Society ; Ex Libris ; SilverPlatter ; Wiley CNI Meeting, Washington DC March 28th 2000
generic reference linking problem given : how : the information in a standard citation does one get to the thing to which the citation refers?
given : the extended services problem how : the information in a standard citation does one get to the thing to which the citation refers? bibliographic metadata does one create relevant services for it?
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specific reference linking problem given : how : the information in a citation to a journal article how does a user get to an appropriate copy of the article
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given : how : the information in a citation to a journal article how does a user get to an appropriate copy of the article bibliographic metadata does a user get appropriate services for it? the context-sensitive services problem
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link-source context-sensitive extended services redirection component service component metadata selective resolution system
link-source context-sensitive extended services a. allow OpenURL server b. deliver linking server metadata parsing server
allow context-sensitive services search result I allow ) OpenURL :- server
1. implement a technique to make the system understand the difference between a user that has access to a service component and one that does not allow context-sensitive services