uniform resource locator


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uniform resource locator

The address of a web page.
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50 databases, so the actual linkage mechanism is a Uniform Resource Locator (URL); one needs URLs that can include SICI codes and invoke CGI scripts or other services in the server that map the SICI code to the appropriate article file, or external published algorithms for computing appropriate URLs from SICIs that can be implemented in the client dynamically or used in programs that build linkages in the A&I files as a batch process.
While Dissect Medicine allows any uniform resource locator (URL) from any source (including popular literature) to be submitted as an item, BioWizard's tight integration of the familiar PubMed interface for searching and submitting not only makes submission easy, but ensures that any items being evaluated by the BioWizard community are only from the professional literature.
She is transported to the Web instantly, without having to type in the uniform resource locator (URL) herself.
UMI will also provide participating institutions with an Internet address, or Uniform Resource Locator (URL), that instructors and students can use to point to a listing of an institution's current dissertations and theses that have been published by UMI.
In its simplest terms, this request is a string of characters known as a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) that specifies a scheme (ftp, Gopher, or http, for example), a host name (a machine on whose file system the resource resides), and finally, what is interpreted as a path to the location of a file on the host machine (this is not strictly the case but illustrates the basic workings of the protocol).
0 is a web page with a persistent Uniform Resource Locator (URL) and can be viewed in an internet browser window.
Now the group is trying to decide what to do - if anything - about the similar uniform resource locator (URL), which redirects visitors to http://www.
Direct navigation is primarily characterized by online users directly accessing a Web site by typing descriptive keywords or keyword strings into the uniform resource locator (URL) address box of an Internet browser or by accessing bookmarked Web sites.
Patents Citation Database can be accessed on the Community of Science Web server at the following Uniform Resource Locator (URL): http://cos.
As a result, carriers have the flexibility to define, sort, filter and display information according to policies defined on setup, using categories such as client and server addresses, transmission control protocol (TCP) and user datagram protocol (UDP) port numbers, time period, and application content including hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) and the uniform resource locator (URL), Web content type, pages, and files.
For now, you can access the site and look up toll-free numbers via this Uniform Resource Locator (URL): http://att.
By conveniently outlining the sequence of clicked links, the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) tree enables users to return to any page with a single click rather than numerous back-button hits.

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