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WAIS

Abbreviation for:
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
wide area information server

WAIS

Psychiatry Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, see there.
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El protocolo Z39.50 es un estandar para la recuperacion de la informacion basado en la estructura cliente/servidor, que facilita la interconexion de sistemas informaticos.
OpenSearch can be much easier to implement than SRU or Z39.50. OpenSearch itself is licensed with the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 license, which means that no single company or person ultimately controls the specification itself.
The Z39.50 search standard was the first standard that allowed libraries to achieve the automated linkages that are becoming central to our networked services today.
Las facilidades de transmision de informacion que ofrecia Internet estimularon la creacion de mecanismos para hacer mas sencilla la consulta de bases de datos remotas, a traves de desarrollos tecnicos como el protocolo Z39.50 que permite, entre otras cosas, la consulta de una o varias bases de datos a traves de una unica interfaz.
The Z39.50 protocol was designed with this goal in mind.
Follett Software has announced the release of its new Z39.50 server, BookWhere?[TM] 2000, enabling library collections to be posted on the Internet for access from anywhere in the world.
More than 1 million unique bibliographic records will be captured by Auto-Graphics into the newly-named HI-FILE database, which is compliant with Z39.50 standards.
The IT Solution should interlia allow description to the International Council on Archives standards: ISAD(G), ISAAR(CPF), allow EAD standard import and export, include Z39.50 capability
By design, ZeeRex only addresses searchable online resources: Z39.50, SRU and SRW databases, for example, but not static Web pages or card catalogs.
In order for libraries to offer and/or participate in the provision of various services/resources, they need to adopt a variety of technical standards such as the Z39.50 search and retrieval standard.
We have a matter-of-faith acceptance of the need for collaborative approaches such as Dewey Classification, AACR 1 and 2, the Sears List, LCSH, MARC, Dublin Core, and Z39.50.