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ISO

International Organization for Standardization.
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At a recent NISO Forum on the topic, Cody Hanson, Director of Web Development for the University of Minnesota Libraries, provided his own and others' rationale for resisting a call to move to single sign-on approaches.
En la solucion de la problematica, se uso el metodo hipotetico deductivo retomando las contribuciones de Marx (1845/1982) (1859, 1867/1965) y North (1993, 1994, 1996, 2003, 2007) sobre el cambio social; es decir, se estudio la NISO 26 000 como un proceso dialectico y emergente.
TAG is the National Information Standards Organization (NISO).
ISO board member Hlava believes that the length of time it takes to get a standard from initial draft to ratification within NISO (2-5 years) gave impetus to the establishment in 1994 of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), led by Tim Berners-Lee and Jeffrey Jaffe.
Innovative Interfaces, a developer of software and services for libraries, has announced that the current release of its Electronic Resource Management (ERM) product leverages version 1.6 of the NISO (American National Information Standards Organization) Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative (SUSHI).
NISO is the information standards organization for a more general organization, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Police Commander Niso Shacham was reprimanded and fined six days of work for the violence he ordered against the Kfar Maimon protestors.
Thesaurus Master[TM], NISO, ISO, and W3C compliant, simplifies the construction and management of custom taxonomies--from scratch, to improve an existing one, or to tailor one of our 40 ready-made Knowledge Domains.
Francisco Niso Ulloa, manager of Haras Vacacion, told Thoroughbred Times: ``He is an excellent stallion prospect.
Since the National Information Standards Organization includes such members as database providers and information networks as well as associations and societies that support the information and content communities, it's not surprising that members expect NISO to embrace digital technology.
The fourth section discusses extending the Bath Profile and describes two profiles that use the Bath Profile as a foundation: the ONE_2 Profile, being developed as part of the OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) network in Europe; and the NISO (National Information Standards Organization) Profile, a U.S.
The conference was co-sponsored with the National Information Standards Organization (NISO).