Activities performed in the preparation of bibliographic records for CATALOGS. It is carried out according to a set of rules and contains information enabling the user to know what is available and where items can be found.
A general term covering bibliographical and bibliothecal classifications. It mostly refers to library CLASSIFICATION for arrangement of books and documents on the shelves. (Harrod's Librarians' Glossary, 7th ed, p85)
Acquisition, organization, and preparation of library materials for use, including selection, weeding, cataloging, classification, and preservation.
The area of bibliography which makes known precisely the material conditions of books, i.e., the full name of the author, the exact title of the work, the date and place of publication, the publisher's and printer's names, the format, the pagination, typographical particulars, illustrations, and the price, and for old books, other characteristics such as the kind of paper, binding, etc. It is also called analytical bibliography and physical bibliography. (Harrod's Librarians' Glossary, 7th ed)
Collections of related records treated as a unit; ordering of such files.
An agency of the NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH concerned with overall planning, promoting, and administering programs pertaining to advancement of medical and related sciences. Major activities of this institute include the collection, dissemination, and exchange of information important to the progress of medicine and health, research in medical informatics and support for medical library development.
Auditory and visual instructional materials.
Terms or expressions which provide the major means of access by subject to the bibliographic unit.
Data processing largely performed by automatic means.
Specific languages used to prepare computer programs.
Ordered compilations of item descriptions and sufficient information to afford access to them.
Computerized compilations of information units (text, sound, graphics, and/or video) interconnected by logical nonlinear linkages that enable users to follow optimal paths through the material and also the systems used to create and display this information. (From Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors, 1994)
Software designed to store, manipulate, manage, and control data for specific uses.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
Theory and development of COMPUTER SYSTEMS which perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. Such tasks may include speech recognition, LEARNING; VISUAL PERCEPTION; MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING; reasoning, PROBLEM SOLVING, DECISION-MAKING, and translation of language.
Unlawful act of taking property.
A procedure consisting of a sequence of algebraic formulas and/or logical steps to calculate or determine a given task.
Inorganic compounds that contain tin as an integral part of the molecule.
Multicellular, eukaryotic life forms of kingdom Plantae (sensu lato), comprising the VIRIDIPLANTAE; RHODOPHYTA; and GLAUCOPHYTA; all of which acquired chloroplasts by direct endosymbiosis of CYANOBACTERIA. They are characterized by a mainly photosynthetic mode of nutrition; essentially unlimited growth at localized regions of cell divisions (MERISTEMS); cellulose within cells providing rigidity; the absence of organs of locomotion; absence of nervous and sensory systems; and an alternation of haploid and diploid generations.
Organic, monobasic acids derived from hydrocarbons by the equivalent of oxidation of a methyl group to an alcohol, aldehyde, and then acid. Fatty acids are saturated and unsaturated (FATTY ACIDS, UNSATURATED). (Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)
Lipids, predominantly phospholipids, cholesterol and small amounts of glycolipids found in membranes including cellular and intracellular membranes. These lipids may be arranged in bilayers in the membranes with integral proteins between the layers and peripheral proteins attached to the outside. Membrane lipids are required for active transport, several enzymatic activities and membrane formation.
PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.
Proteins found in plants (flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, etc.). The concept does not include proteins found in vegetables for which VEGETABLE PROTEINS is available.
The deductive study of shape, quantity, and dependence. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
The act or practice of literary composition, the occupation of writer, or producing or engaging in literary work as a profession.
Numeric or quantitative entities, descriptions, properties, relationships, operations, and events.
Success in bringing an effort to the desired end; the degree or level of success attained in some specified area (esp. scholastic) or in general.
The period of medical education in a medical school. In the United States it follows the baccalaureate degree and precedes the granting of the M.D.
The biological science concerned with the life-supporting properties, functions, and processes of living organisms or their parts.
A course of study offered by an educational institution.
The educational process of instructing.
The assessing of academic or educational achievement. It includes all aspects of testing and test construction.
Programs of training in medicine and medical specialties offered by hospitals for graduates of medicine to meet the requirements established by accrediting authorities.

Library cooperation: wave of the future or ripple? (1/39)

Little of the literature in library cooperation applies specifically to library service for the health sciences. Based on experience in and observations of the cooperation of health science libraries, this short lecture reviews aspects of general library cooperation, networks, and consortia. The effects on library operation of several cooperative activities are enumerated and cooperation management is discussed briefly.  (+info)

Cost-performance analysis of cataloging and card production in a medical center library. (2/39)

The unit cost of cataloging current English language monographs was studies and compared with the cost of purchasing catalog cards from a commercial source. Two hypotheses were proposed: (1) in-library costs for cataloging and card production are higher than those for the purchased-card method; (2) throughput time is faster for the in-library method. In addition, the data can be used to develop an analytical cost-performance model for administrative purposes. The data presented support the hypotheses. The model developed provides a mechanism for arriving at a cost for different levels of service and can be used to measure the performance of other alternative methods of cataloging. Implications for the use of CATLINE are discussed and suggestions for further studies are described.  (+info)

Building a medical history collection. (3/39)

The importance of a clearly defined policy for building a medical historical collection is stressed in relation to the type of library and to the financial possibilities for building the collection and for the proper housing, preservation, servicing, and bibliographic control of such a collection.  (+info)

Mechanization of library procedures in a medium-sized medical library: XVI. Computer-assisted cataloging, the first decade. (4/39)

After ten years of experimentation in computer-assisted cataloging, the Washington University School of Medicine Library has decided to join the Ohio College Library Center network. The history of the library's work preceding this decision is reviewed. The data processing equipment and computers that have permitted librarians to explore different ways of presenting cataloging information are discussed. Certain cataloging processes are facilitated by computer manipulation and printouts, but the intellectual cataloging processes such as descriptive and subject cataloging are not. Networks and shared bibliographic data bases show promise of eliminating the intellectual cataloging for one book by more than one cataloger. It is in this area that future developments can be expected.  (+info)

Computer-assisted cataloging: experiences at the UCLA Biomedical Library. (5/39)

The computer-assisted procedures developed in the UCLA Biomedical Library Cataloging Division have been in effect for approximately three years. The system utilizes a Delta Data System cathode ray tube terminal and cassette attachment for on or off-line input of data. Products of the system include catalog card sets arranged in filing order, a monthly Recent Acquisitions List, and computer-generated book catalogs. Planning, personnel, and equipment requirements are discussed, and preliminary cost figures for various parts of the system are given. Potential applications of the automated system on a regional level and in terms of the library's future automation plans are considered.  (+info)

The SUNY biomedical communication network: six years of progress in on-line bibiographic retrieval. (6/39)

The SUNY Biomedical Communication Network became operational in 1968 as the first on-line bibliograhpic retrieval service for biomedical literature. Since 1968, the SUNY/BCN has grown in size from nine to thirty-two medical and university libraries and has expanded its data base coverage to include the ERIC and Psychological Abstracts data bases in addition to the full ten-year retrospective MEDLARS data base. Aside from the continuous provision of an on-line searching system, the SUNY experience over the last six years has yielded valuable information in the following areas of: (1) monograph indexing and retrieval, (2) shared cataloging, (3) user interaction and education in on-line systems, and (4) member participation in Network policy-making processes. The continued success of the SUNY/BCN is evidence that it is possible to provide a high quality on-line bibliographic retrieval system at cost to academic institutions. SUNY's success in this effort is the result of centralized resource sharing and effective regional networking, combined with thoughtful planning by user advisory committees.  (+info)

A description of the catalog division project at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia Library. (7/39)

This paper describes the procedures used at the Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia to divide its ninety-year-old dictionary card catalog. The division was necessitated by overcrowding, obsolete subject headings, and lack of a complete authority list which resulted in like materials being scattered throughout the catalog under several headings. Two catalogs were created: the historical-biographical catalog, representing all works published before 1950 and all works of historical or biographical nature; and the current catalog, containing all works published from 1950 on, excepting historical or biographical materials. The 1950- catalog was further divided into name and subject catalogs, and the subject section was revised according to MeSH. The project was completed in about two years. As a result, searching time has been much reduced, and the library is able to take advantage of the annual revisions of MeSH to update the subject catalog.  (+info)

Evolution of a processing system in a large biomedical library. (8/39)

The processing system used in the UCLA Biomedical Library is modest in size and still under development. Its origins date back to a batch mode serials control system begun in the mid-1960s. This was converted to an on-line system which currently has modules for check-in, updating and retrieval, claims, bindery preparation, and invoice information. Titles can be retrieved at the terminal by search of any word in the title, by subject heading, language, country of publication, and type of publication. The system is adaptable to network use and at present is shared with one other library. To the serials system has been added a computer-assisted cataloging and card production system. The latter utilizes serials nucleus software as well as design for data input and data storage. In-house listings and coding procedures overlap in a general way. Work is under way on further integration of the two processing subsystems and a feasibility study has been completed for addition of a subsystem for acquisitions which will combine and adapt features of the other two; for example, information retrieval characteristics from both, catalog coding and programs for acceptance of data, serials programs for claims, and other output programs. Cost benefits of the subsystems are described and discussed.  (+info)

A Study of Catalogers Perception of Cataloging Quality, Past & Present. Karen Snow Ph.D. Candidate University of North Texas Cataloging Norms Interest Group - ALA Midwinter January 16, 2010. Slideshow 813464 by fidelina
ALCTS Technical Services Costs Committee. Guide to Cost Analysis of Acquisitions and Cataloging in Libraries. ALCTS Newsletter 2:5 (1991) pp. 49-52. The purpose of the Guide is to aid the user in arriving at a per unit cost for any acquisitions or cataloging function. Using pertinent budget and production statistics, plus the Guide to Cost Analysis of Acquisitions and Cataloging in Libraries table included in the article, the technical processing manager may arrive at a figure. Step-by-step instructions for using the Guide are included, as well as an extensive list of sample variables to be measured in technical services cost studies. Berry, Louise. The Library Shopper. The Bottom Line 3:4 (1989) pp. 31. In a small sidebar, the author reports per-book costs for cataloging in her library. She reports that: (1) a library technical assistant cataloging childrens books, fiction, and easy nonfiction costs $1.76 per book; and (2) a department head doing original and problem cataloging costs ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Bacterial genotyping by 16S rRNA mas cataloging. AU - Jackson, George W.. AU - McNichols, Roger J.. AU - Fox, George E.. AU - Willson, Richard C.. PY - 2006/6/23. Y1 - 2006/6/23. N2 - Background: It has recently been demonstrated that organism identifications can be recovered from mass spectra using various methods including base-specific fragmentation of nucleic acids. Because mass spectrometry is extremely rapid and widely available such techniques offer significant advantages in some applications. A key element in favor of mass spectrometric analysis of RNA fragmentation patterns is that a reference database for analysis of the results can be generated from sequence information. In contrast to hybridization approaches, the genetic affinity of any unknown isolate can in principle be determined within the context of all previously sequenced 16S rRNAs without prior knowledge of what the organism is. In contrast to the original RNase T1 cataloging method, when digestion products ...
Description: Cataloging and providing bibliographic control has recently been the center of several important discussions. Many of these discussions seem to focus on the practical aspects of costs, staffing and training of new staff. They also address the broader question of the need to follow cataloging standards. Libraries are raising the question of what services they should provide to users and what role libraries can play in providing bibliographic access without diminishing the value of the catalog. This presentation will contribute to this discussion by revisiting the question of the cataloging standards, and offering alternative approaches and ideas to cataloging. It will discuss innovative staffing solutions that can reduce the cost of cataloging and help overcome the problem of staffing and staff training ...
The University of Miami Libraries seeks applications for an innovative and collaborative professional for the position of Cataloging & Metadata Librarian (Spanish Language Specialist). This position will support the discovery of and access to the Libraries physical and digital content through resource description activities. Under the direction of the Head of Metadata & Discovery Services, […]
Anyone else would have said, Oh, well, and gone home, even if she suspected all the other fashion journals had gone to the storage facility on Kenny Road. But I couldnt drop it. I went to the basement and had a pleasant reunion with Magda who is now Head of Cataloging. You havent changed a bit, she told me, but she couldnt answer my question and took me across the hall to serial cataloging. The two women I conferred with were not librarians, but had worked many years in the serials cataloging department. Together we looked into an in-house program of the classification and cataloging tables--this doesnt show to the public. After trying several possibilities we discovered at AP2 was (or still is) the class number not only for literary journals, but for foreign journals. Mademoiselle was started in the mid-30s in New York, I think, but whether it was actually foreign, or it was the foreign word as a title, it went into the AP2 class. I checked Cincinnati, Akron and another large university ...
Anyone else would have said, Oh, well, and gone home, even if she suspected all the other fashion journals had gone to the storage facility on Kenny Road. But I couldnt drop it. I went to the basement and had a pleasant reunion with Magda who is now Head of Cataloging. You havent changed a bit, she told me, but she couldnt answer my question and took me across the hall to serial cataloging. The two women I conferred with were not librarians, but had worked many years in the serials cataloging department. Together we looked into an in-house program of the classification and cataloging tables--this doesnt show to the public. After trying several possibilities we discovered at AP2 was (or still is) the class number not only for literary journals, but for foreign journals. Mademoiselle was started in the mid-30s in New York, I think, but whether it was actually foreign, or it was the foreign word as a title, it went into the AP2 class. I checked Cincinnati, Akron and another large university ...
Although epithelial ovarian cancers (EOCs) are initially treated with platinum-based chemotherapy, EOCs vary in platinum responsiveness. Cataloging antineoplastic agents according to their effectiveness against platinum-resistant and platinum-sensitive EOC cell lines is valuable for development of therapeutic strategies to avoid platinum inefficacy and to exploit platinum sensitivity. TOV-21G devoid of FANCF expression, OV-90 and SKOV-3 were employed as examples of platinum-sensitive, platinum-intermediate and platinum-resistant cell lines, respectively. Antineoplastic agents examined included mitomycin C, doxorubicin, etoposide, gemcitabine, chlorambucil, paclitaxel, triapine and X-rays. Their effectiveness against cell lines was analyzed by clonogenic assays. Cytotoxic profiles of mitomycin C and carboplatin were similar, with mitomycin C exhibiting greater potency and selectivity against TOV-21G than carboplatin. Cytotoxic profiles of doxorubicin, etoposide and X-rays overlapped with that of ...
A data set catalog structure eliminates the requirement for base catalog/data volume synchronization in a multi-processing environment while enabling the operating efficiency directly addressing the data volumes. The catalog is distributed between a keyed sequential base catalog and, on each data volume, an entry sequential volume data set. Catalog information which must be synchronized with application data sets is stored in volume records in the volume data set. A method for opening a users data set having a key comprises the steps of obtaining from the base catalog a direct pointer associated with the key to the volume record for the user data set; accessing the volume record (relative byte address) addressed by the pointer; comparing the key of the user data set with the key of the accessed volume record; if the keys do not compare, key searching the volume data set to locate the volume record containing correct key and rewriting the direct pointer in the base catalog to address the correct volume
University of Southern California. POSITION SUMMARY. The University of Southern California is seeking an experienced and innovative librarian/subject specialist to build and promote a strong Japanese research and teaching collection. The successful candidate will join the staff of the East Asian Library (four librarians and 4.5 staff positions), providing service to faculty and students from all departments and schools engaged in the use of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language materials, as constituted in the East Asian Studies Center.. Reporting to the Head of the East Asian Library, the Japanese Studies Librarian has the primary responsibility for the curatorial development, cataloging, and management of the Japanese Collection, and for instruction and reference in Japanese studies. The Japanese Collection is intended to be a well-rounded collection, corresponding to the wide range of research interests at the University, but a particular focus for development will be materials in support of ...
Another close relative of the aphids, Daktulosphaira vitifoliae, has also caused extensive damage as a destructive pest. The grape phylloxeran (D. vitifoliae), originally native to eastern North America, feeds on the roots of Vitis vinifera grapes, stunting the growth of or killing its vines. In the late 19th century, after the species was accidentally introduced to Europe by botanists collecting American vine specimens, a phylloxera epidemic destroyed most of the wine grape vineyards on the continent. The species, a member of the Phylloxeridae family, remains a pest to worldwide commercial vineyards to this day ...
On 28 Feb 1996 21:28:47 GMT Gwen Sancar (gsancar at med.unc.edu) wrote: : Weve reached the point where the old index card system no longer works : efficiently for keeping track of our yeast strains and markers. Can : anyone recommend a good program to do this that is designed for IBM-PCs : in a Windows environment? Switiching to a Mac is not an option. Actually, something that would work across both platforms (and Unix too if possible) would be best. Any such beast exist? Dean -- Dean H. Saxe Life gives us hurdles, and we must jump, dsaxe at bimcore.emory.edu and if you fall, you get your ass back up! -Millan & Kenzie Blow Graduate Student, Dept. of Genetics & Molecular Biology, Emory Univ. My home page --- ,URL: http://userwww.service.emory.edu/~dsaxe ...
Though a complete map of the brains connections is many years away, the mathematical theory of networks can help fill in some of the blank spots.
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Description: Characteristic of Kertész work as a Naturalist-Surrealist, this work combines prosaic observations of life combined with surrealistic perspective. The artist said of this photograph: The door to [Mondrians] staircase was always shut, but as I opened it in my minds eye the two sights Earliested to present themselves as two halves of an interesting image that I thought should be unified ...
The miniaturization of the current technology of storage media is hindered by fundamental limits of quantum mechanics. A new approach consists in using so-called spin-crossover molecules as the smallest possible storage unit. Similar to normal hard drives, these special molecules can save information via their magnetic state. A research team from Kiel University has now managed to successfully place a new class of spin-crossover molecules onto a surface and to improve the molecules storage capacity. The storage density of conventional hard drives could therefore theoretically be increased by more than one hundred fold. The study has been published in the scientific journal Nano Letters. ...
A navigation and cataloging system is described. In one embodiment, the navigation and cataloging system comprises a database and a server. The database stores content that is associated with a combin
Conversion of retrospective catalog records to machine-readable form; a study of the feasibility of a national bibliographic service. Prepared by the RECON Working Task Force, Henriette D. Avram, chairman. [Edited by John C. Rather] ...
The Math Center maintains an undergraduate library and study room in Mathematics Building room 220, which is reserved for use by math majors. Generally, this library is open for use Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM during the school year. Tutoring is available for upper-divison courses at scheduled times during fall and spring. Occasionally, the library is reserved for special activities; please see the calendar below for details. During the summer, if rm 220 is locked, math majors may ask for it to be opened (go to rm 217 or 108 to see if staff are available).. Looking for a book? We are working on cataloging the Math Center library inventory; our database is searchable!. ...
The most important thing for libraries to focus on in order to maintain relevancy in the future is to maintain focus on how our core mission of connecting users to resources is unchanging amidst any technological or political changes. Librarians and library management need to address the ways in which librarians continue to accomplish the core goals of libraries in both traditional and new ways. As a profession we tend to get hung up on specific tasks or processes which become reified as what librarians do, when the tasks should be continually put in the context of our larger mission. This is true both of more technical aspects such as cataloging and metadata services which remain vital to creating access to resources, and to public facing services such as developing information literacy in all library uses that addresses the varied ways in which library users access and use information. Addressing emerging technologies and societal pressures from a grounded perspective continually focused on ...
The most important thing for libraries to focus on in order to maintain relevancy in the future is to maintain focus on how our core mission of connecting users to resources is unchanging amidst any technological or political changes. Librarians and library management need to address the ways in which librarians continue to accomplish the core goals of libraries in both traditional and new ways. As a profession we tend to get hung up on specific tasks or processes which become reified as what librarians do, when the tasks should be continually put in the context of our larger mission. This is true both of more technical aspects such as cataloging and metadata services which remain vital to creating access to resources, and to public facing services such as developing information literacy in all library uses that addresses the varied ways in which library users access and use information. Addressing emerging technologies and societal pressures from a grounded perspective continually focused on ...
Cataloging is challenging in crowded fields because sources are extremely covariant with their neighbors and blending makes even the number of sources ambiguous. We present the first optical probabilistic stellar catalogue, cataloguing a crowded (~0.1 sources per pixel) SDSS r band image from M2. We show that our probabilistic catalogue goes more than a magnitude deeper than the DAOPHOT while having a lower false discovery rate brighter than 20th magnitude. We detail our efforts to speed up the method and extend it to galaxies, making probabilistic cataloguing applicable to the data that will be collected in the LSST era.. ...
The IPRC maintains a library of over 6,000 self-published and independently produced materials. Items are available to the public for circulation and for reference use. The library contains materials that are not otherwise represented in public libraries and that may be lost forever without their efforts. Located on the shelves are comics, chapbooks, novels, catalogs, zines, artists books, and more. A comprehensive reference section includes artists books, guides, criticism, history and how-to information available to examine and use in the library. Additionally, all materials produced in whole or part at the IPRC are archived as part of this collection. The collection is easy to browse as it is labeled and categorized by subject and alphabetized by title. Extensive effort has gone into cataloging the collection, enabling library users to search by title, author, publisher, date, subject and contents. Checking out materials is easy. Simply stop by the center and fill out a registration form to ...
Create an 856 field to provide access to the resource. Generally create and test the 856 field before proceeding with cataloging. Code the first indicator 4 to specify that the access method is HTTP. Code the second indicator 0 (zero) to specify that the URL provides direct access to the resource described in the body of the record. Enter Online book in subfield 3 for the link text. In subfield u, copy and paste the URL as it appears on the screen. If the URL changes from session to session, copy the link location by moving the cursor above the link text, right-clicking on the mouse, and selecting copy link location. If the publisher provides a URL for bookmarking or linking, use that. After saving the record, switch to the OPAC and test the link, primarily to verify that the URL was transcribed accurately, since you should have checked the link before beginning to catalog. However, if the link does not work, or if it does not take you directly to the resource to be described in the ...
Pro Membership provides the most comprehensive access to the features and benefits of our Research Platform. This Membership level is the ultimate in research dissemination and saves users hundreds of hours of searching, vetting and cataloging MedLine abstracts. The GreenMedInfo team spent years designing this level specifically for Physicians, Clinicians, Researchers and others in the field. In addition to the benefits in both the Friend and Power Memberships, Pro Members receive unlimited access to our catalogue of 180,000+ research PDFs worth over $250,000 in value as well as the ability to create unlimited custom searches which may then be published to PDF or web page. Pro Membership includes all the benefits included in the Power and Friend Level Memberships, as well as even more search features and results in our Research Dashboard. ...
Pro Membership provides the most comprehensive access to the features and benefits of our Research Platform. This Membership level is the ultimate in research dissemination and saves users hundreds of hours of searching, vetting and cataloging MedLine abstracts. The GreenMedInfo team spent years designing this level specifically for Physicians, Clinicians, Researchers and others in the field. In addition to the benefits in both the Friend and Power Memberships, Pro Members receive unlimited access to our catalogue of 180,000+ research PDFs worth over $250,000 in value as well as the ability to create unlimited custom searches which may then be published to PDF or web page. Pro Membership includes all the benefits included in the Power and Friend Level Memberships, as well as even more search features and results in our Research Dashboard. ...
Information here was last updated on 11/29/2017. Some is from older cataloging. Most objects acquired through 12/13/2016 are represented; cataloging is in process for some acquired before, and many after, that date. We continue to add and update content. Please contact the DAC Registrar of Collections to suggest corrections with citations. Captions embedded in DAC images have basic information as of the time the digital image was made; details and updates appear on object pages.. Most objects are not on view in the DAC gallery, which presents three temporary exhibitions each year. We encourage Wesleyan students, faculty, and staff, as well as outside scholars, to contact the DAC Curator to arrange private viewings of selected works for teaching, study, and academic research. Online content created by the DAC and not identified as Open Access or CC0 is © 1996-2018 Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, 301 High St., Middletown, CT 06459-0487. Privacy Policy.. ...
Information here was last updated on 11/29/2017. Some is from older cataloging. Most objects acquired through 12/13/2016 are represented; cataloging is in process for some acquired before, and many after, that date. We continue to add and update content. Please contact the DAC Registrar of Collections to suggest corrections with citations. Captions embedded in DAC images have basic information as of the time the digital image was made; details and updates appear on object pages.. Most objects are not on view in the DAC gallery, which presents three temporary exhibitions each year. We encourage Wesleyan students, faculty, and staff, as well as outside scholars, to contact the DAC Curator to arrange private viewings of selected works for teaching, study, and academic research. Online content created by the DAC and not identified as Open Access or CC0 is © 1996-2018 Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, 301 High St., Middletown, CT 06459-0487. Privacy Policy.. ...
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Collections Assistant (CA), Southeastern Louisiana University Vertebrate Museum - Fishes; (Fall 2007-Summer 2010). - Fieldwork, sorting/identification, cataloging of specimens and associated tissues, packing/shipping/receiving loans. Research Assistant, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Southeastern Louisiana University; (Fall 2008-Spring 2009). - Monthly collections of invasive carp species for gut content analysis and abundance surveys. Assistant Naturalist, Highlands Nature Center, Highlands Biological Station, Highlands, NC; (Summer 2007). - Care of live animals on display and maintenance of exhibits, leading outreach events for public (adults and kids). Collections Assistant, Vertebrate Collection (fishes, amphibians, reptiles), Dept. of Biology, Erskine College; (2005-2007). - Fieldwork, sorting/identification, cataloging of specimens. Additional Experience: ...
The OCLC Library and Information Science Education Program can help your LIS school provide students with the skills needed to lead in todays library environment. This program provides your students with reduced or no cost hands-on use of reference, resource sharing, cataloging, and other OCLC services.
by Webmaster , Aug 21, 2012 , Cataloging and MARC Records, HEB News. ACLS Humanities E-Book has teamed up with OCLC to make available a complete set of records for the HEB collection via WorldCat. Records for all HEB titles have now been assigned unique OCLC ID numbers. We hope this will make it easier for subscribers who draw on this ...
Firenze University Press - Università degli Studi di Firenze - This bibliographic material is patrimony of our Laboratory of the Behavior Physiology. This research unit originated in 1972 by will of Aldo Giachetti (until 1990) and with the beginning of the activity of Corrado Bucherelli. In the early 1980s, with Carlo Ambrogi Lorenzini (until 2004), the cataloging became more capillary and systematic, to continue to this day. All the researchers who worked in our laboratory contributed to this collection (Giovanna Tassoni 1986-2000, Benedetto Sacchetti 1996-2002 and Elisabetta Baldi from 1991). The study of learning, memory and behavior requires to follow a broad spectrum of neuroscience topics, ranging from neuronal biochemistry to neuropsychology. The Authors idea of publishing this collection comes from believing that a such website, though not exhaustive, might be a useful and targeted tool for the selection of bibliographic material in the field of behavioral neuroscience. The bibliographic
Abstract: What do searchers find when they look for literature on homosexuality? This question has profound implications for older as well as younger gays in their coming out, as well as in their subsequent identity development. Library records provide credible data to answer the question, since they represent relatively free sources of information, unlike data from bookstores, publishers, and some World Wide Web sites. The records of WorldCat, the worlds largest union database of library records, comprise over 30 million records listed in the Online Computer Library Center. For the purposes of the study, 18,757 records listed under Homosexuality, Gay Men, and Gays were downloaded; records for Lesbian and Lesbians were not examined. Findings of the study suggest that while there has indeed been considerable growth in terms of the quantity of gay literature produced since 1969, such gains maybe offset by the deteriorating quality of cataloging copy, which makes the experience of ...
Neither of them have a zip code. The one on the bottom was in an early USMC issue First Aid Kit in a WWII pouch dated 1945 that was reissued in the early 1960s. This kit contained both Korean War stock numbers (2-003-180 bandage), 1961 dated Water Purification Tablets, and early DSA (1962) medical items. I was able to date the bottom one to April 1961 based on the package in the attached photo. My research indicates that the 11-digit Federal Stock Number was first used by the Defense Munitions Boards Cataloging Agency in 1949 to identify items in the Joint Army-Navy Catalog System. I tried t ...
Although the website included all seven books, the spell books only include those mentioned in books one and two.. The spell books showed us Rowlings method of cataloging and naming spells. This has been a problem for fans since some spells are named in the books while others are just referred to by their incantation. Rowling lists them all by name, e.g. Dancing Feet Spell.. The information in each book is listed below:. The Standard Book of Spells, Grade 1 by Miranda Goshawk. ...
The National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP), a partnership between the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) and the Library of Congress, is a long-term effort to provide permanent, free access to historic newspapers selected and digitized by NEH-funded awardees in the United States. This program was created to build upon the United States Newspaper Program (USNP), another NEH & Library of Congress sponsored program geared toward locating, cataloging, and preserving microfilm newspapers published in the U.S. from the 18th Century to present. The NDNP extends the usefulness of the USNP digitized assets by incorporating newspapers published from 1836-1922 into a national digital newspaper resource, Chronicling America, where the digitized pages are made available. Through this resource over 9 million newspaper pages have been made available thus far. The University of Florida was one of the original NDNP awardees in 2005 when the program first started. Approximately 100,000 pages ...
Turlock Librarian Diane Bartlett grew up in the Bay Area, the youngest of five children. She was not unfamiliar with this area, however, because as a child she made many trips to Turlock to visit her mothers relatives and to attend swap meets with her dad. She graduated from CSU Hayward (now East Bay) with a BA in Liberal Studies and after working a variety of jobs, went on to graduate from San Jose State with a Masters in Library and Information Science in 1986. She worked in both public and academic libraries as student assistant, page, cataloging clerk ... ...
Walking Trees: Teaching Teachers in New York City Schools is a book by Ralph Fletcher. It was first published in 1990. It was published again in 1995 under a slightly different title Walking Trees: Portraits of Teachers and Children in the Culture of Schools. Walking Trees: Teaching Teachers in New York City Schools is the story of Ralph Fletchers introduction to the New York City school system as a teacher trainer in a writing staff development program. Brenda Miller Power in her review for Educational Leadership said Walking Trees is a wonder, she believes that Fletcher has done a superb job of cataloging in specific ways the difference between a burned-out teacher and a bad teacher and that its greatest contribution to our field may be that it helps us begin to ask more of the right kinds of difficult questions. Nancy E. Zuwiyya in her review for Library Journal said that Fletchers early encounters often prove frustrating, and his description of a typical uncooperative teacher as a ...
March 5, 4:00 PM by Jeff Nield in Natural Sciences. In case you havent heard, the oceans are dying. The coral, the fish, the plankton, the whole bloody system is going topsy-turvy. In her new book Sea Sick, Canadian Journalist Alanna Mitchell travels from the shore line to the depths cataloging the woes. ...
Child joined the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) after finding that she was too tall to enlist in the Womens Army Corps (WACs) or in the U.S. Navys WAVES.[5] She began her OSS career as a typist at its headquarters in Washington, but because of her education and experience soon was given a more responsible position as a top secret researcher working directly for the head of OSS, General William J. Donovan.[6][7][8] As a research assistant in the Secret Intelligence division, she typed 10,000 names on white note cards to keep track of officers. For a year, she worked at the OSS Emergency Rescue Equipment Section (ERES) in Washington, D.C. as a file clerk and then as an assistant to developers of a shark repellent needed to ensure that sharks would not explode ordnance targeting German U-boats. In 1944, she was posted to Kandy, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), where her responsibilities included registering, cataloging and channeling a great volume of highly classified communications for the OSSs ...
Eric White. With the residents of Japan still suffering, recovering and battling the ongoing problems from Marchs massive earthquake, a Japanese ex-pat living stateside has created Awake After Quake, a visual library of inspirational works created by artists from around the world to express the angst, frustration and hope derived from the natural disaster. The organization would like to continue cataloging these important works, so if youve been affected, either directly or indirectly by the event, please feel free to submit your inspired piece on the site. Get a look at several of our favorite works from the series, including pieces by Tomokazu Matsuyama, Eric White, Maxwell Holyoke-Hirsch and more below.. ...
All about Introduction to computer engineering : hardware and software design by Taylor L. Booth. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers
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Two genome sequencing approaches will be used for characterization of the mutations conferring white pupae and temperature sensitive lethal. Through cataloging SNPs that are in common to each line, at expected frequency in each sex surrounding the QTL locus, a short list of putative causative mutations can be generated. These putative mutations will be screened using CRISPR/Cas9 targeted gene editing to validate, and additionally targeted in new tephritid species. Additionally, several distinct genomic methodologies will be employed to characterize the translocations present in the medfly genetic sexing systems. Four distinct chromosomal arrangements will be investigated, a wild type, a Vienna-7 line, and a Vienna-8 with or without D53 inversion (i.e. V8-D53+ and V8-D53-). For each, a single male file (containing the autosomal/Y translocation) will be prepared for one of three methods, optical mapping, a HiC contact map construction, and linked-read sequencing. ...
The Microbial Genomics Section (MGS) explores connections between microbes, microbial communities and human health. The MGS has an ambitious portfolio of projects focused on cataloging the bacterial and fungal diversity of human skin as it relates to both health and disease. Analysis of the relative abundance of bacterial and fungal marker genes has been used to generate both baseline characterizations of healthy individuals and testable hypotheses about the underlying causes of diseases like atopic dermatitis. Comprehensive studies employing metagenomic sequencing to capture pathway and abundance data across taxonomic kingdoms are now underway. In addition, a fruitful collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Centers Department of Laboratory Medicine has been established to examine outbreaks of clinically relevant hospital pathogens, focusing on carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, using high-resolution genome sequencing.. Biography. Dr. Sean Conlan is an ...
The Dan Markingson case is one of those that asks us all to re-examine our beliefs. Such cases can be a screen on which to project our pre-existing thoughts or it can be a new page. Whichever way you take it - the true drama of his suicide, the pictures of his childhood posted on the Internet, the anguish of his mother, the struggles of his champions - all add a layer of reality to the issues often seen from a greater distance. Tueday morning, I worked in a busy clinic seeing patients, and this case was sitting on the side of my mind. I had been trying to focus on what aspect was the most compelling to me. I knew it wasnt all the major controversies that immediately come to mind, things we could all list. Carl Elliot does a fine job of cataloging them in The Deadly Corruption of Clinical Trials. And it wasnt the absurdities that I [and everyone else] mentioned; allowing a patient declared incompetent to suddenly become competent to sign on to a trial; putting someone whose mind was filled with ...
The Dan Markingson case is one of those that asks us all to re-examine our beliefs. Such cases can be a screen on which to project our pre-existing thoughts or it can be a new page. Whichever way you take it - the true drama of his suicide, the pictures of his childhood posted on the Internet, the anguish of his mother, the struggles of his champions - all add a layer of reality to the issues often seen from a greater distance. Tueday morning, I worked in a busy clinic seeing patients, and this case was sitting on the side of my mind. I had been trying to focus on what aspect was the most compelling to me. I knew it wasnt all the major controversies that immediately come to mind, things we could all list. Carl Elliot does a fine job of cataloging them in The Deadly Corruption of Clinical Trials. And it wasnt the absurdities that I [and everyone else] mentioned; allowing a patient declared incompetent to suddenly become competent to sign on to a trial; putting someone whose mind was filled with ...
Altogether, 16,697 artifacts weighing a total of 135 tons were returned to a watery grave at the bottom of the Savannah River, said Jim Jobling, project manager for the Conservation Research Laboratory at Texas A&M University, which is tasked with cataloging, cleaning and preserving artifacts from the Civil War shipwreck. Anything I considered to be unique, I would say, I want this, I want this, Jobling said. I picked through everything. No unique stuff went back in the river.. The CSS Georgia was scuttled by its own crew to prevent Gen. William T. Sherman from capturing the massive gunship when his Union troops took Savannah in December 1864. Remains from the Confederate ironclad were salvaged during the summer and fall as part of a $703 million deepening of the Savannah harbor for cargo ships.. Based on sonar images of the murky riverbed, researchers knew they would fine big chunks of the ships armor, several cannons and large pieces of its engine.. What they hadnt expected were the ...
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University of California, San Francisco. Viral Metagenomic Analysis of Plasma from CFS patients. Eric Delwart, Ph.D., University of California San Francisco and Blood Systems Research Institute is cataloging all the viruses, or virome, from 200 ME/CFS blood samples from the SolveCFS BioBank. He will look for novel viruses as well as compare those found to what is known in healthy blood samples. He will do this by using filtering the plasma to remove bacteria and human cells. The filtrate is treated with a cocktail of nuclease to digest non-viral capsid protected (mostly human and bacterial) nucleic acids. The RNA and DNA protected within viral capsids are then extracted and amplified in a non-biased way using random RT-PCR. The random amplification products are then deep sequenced using 454 pyrosequencing or Illumina sequencing. The resulting genetic information is then analyzed using a super-computer for similarities to known human and animal viruses in order to detect novel viral-like ...
So what do I have for you in the way of updates? Well, Ive finished cataloging plants for my Botanical Survey! I had to race to locate all the remaining herbaceous plants because they are disappearing FAST now that things are cooling down. But now that we know what sorts of plants prevail in the Overbrook Ravine, we can use them to essentially determine the floristic quality of the Park. That sounds fancy and hard, but its actually not too bad. Allow me to explain!. So to determine the floristic quality of a particular area, the Ohio EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) uses what it calls the Floristic Quality Assessment Index, or the FQAI. The FQAI serves as a way to standardize the assessment of the flora found in a particular area and to reduce subjectivity and create an objective standard of quality that can be used by anyone with adequate botanical skills, according to Ohio EPA.. To determine the FQAI score for an area, each individual plant is first given its own C of C (coefficient ...
Object. Increased intracranial pressure (ICP) is well known to affect adversely patients with head injury. In contrast, the variables associated with ICP following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) and their impact on outcome have been less intensely studied.. Methods. In this retrospective study the authors reviewed a prospective observational database cataloging the treatment details in 433 patients with SAH who had undergone surgical occlusion of an aneurysm as well as ICP monitoring. All 433 patients underwent postoperative ICP monitoring, whereas only 146 (33.7%) underwent both pre- and postoperative ICP monitoring.. The mean maximal ICP was 24.9 ± 17.3 mm Hg (mean ± standard deviation). During their hospital stay, 234 patients (54%) had elevated ICP (, 20 mm Hg), including 136 of those (48.7%) with a good clinical grade (Hunt and Hess Grades I-III) and 98 (63.6%) of the 154 patients with a poor grade (Hunt and Hess Grades IV and V) on admission. An increased mean maximal ICP was ...
Brian Fry, who did all that excellent work characterizing and cataloging the pharmacy of venoms secreted by poisonous snakes, has also turned his hand to the cephalopods. He examined the products of the venom glands of octopus, squid, and cuttlefish, and found a range of proteins, some unique, and others familiar: CAP (a CRISP protein), chitinase, peptidase S1, PLA2 and others. There are a couple of interesting lessons in that list.. First, evolution doesnt just invent something brand new on the spot to fill a function - what we find instead is that existing proteins are repurposed to do a job. This is how evolution generally operates, taking what already exists and tinkering and reshaping it to better fulfill a useful function. Phospholipase A2, for instance, is a perfectly harmless and extremely useful non-venomous protein in many organisms - we non-toxic humans also make it. We use it as a regulatory signal to control the inflammation response to infection and injury - in moderation, its a ...
Ideally, we would know everything about the genome of all our favorite produce staples, down to the placement of every single gene. And this cataloging is happening with astonishing speed. Researchers at Kansas State University have sequenced the first and toughest of wheats 20 chromosomes-and that one chromosome is far more complex than the entire rice genome. They say theyll be able to do the next 19 in three years. The result will be complete knowledge of the genome of the worlds third-most cultivated crop, the one with the most protein and arguably the grain that is most versatile as a food and cooking source ...
Why all this fanfare if the job wont be finished for another two years? In their experience cataloging the genes of dozens of other species, scientists have learned that the last few letters of code are the toughest. Mondays announcement covered 99 percent of the genome, leaving only a few gaps and regions of uncertainty. The remaining 1 percent will take another year or two to complete. But for practical purposes, the human genome is ready to use. Later this year scientists will publish a paper announcing that fact, and hold a conference to share everything they know about how the genes work ...
A recurring theme at synbio conferences is the diversity of approaches. There are three main types, first is extending engineering capacity in the building blocks of nature that are already synbio workhorses such as E. coli and yeast. Second is canvassing nature for additional functionality, including cataloging the natural world and the entire human metabalome, peptidome, virome, bloodome, etc. Third is de novo engineering from scratch to build necessary functionality in minimal cells/minimal genomes, including the possibility of supplementing nature-provided parts with newly created amino acids and nucleotide base pairs. An example that considers the trade-offs between approaches is engineering up from minimal cells versus engineering down from organisms that already have some of the needed functionality, for example up from E. coli or down from rhizobia, soil bacteria that have nitrogen fixation (biosynthesis) capability ...
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In 1839, a 20-year-old Melville boarded a merchant ship docked in New York City and voyaged to Liverpool as a cabin boy. The trip kindled his spirit for adventure. Two years later, he joined a whaler named Acushnet and set off for the Pacific. Thats when he learned how terrifying a 70-foot sperm whale could be.. Melville also learned about Mocha Dick, a vicious whale that had attacked at least 100 vessels and sent 20 boats to the ocean bottom. Lore of the whale fueled nightmares: Rusting harpoons protruded from its back, a ghastly reminder of how many men had failed to kill him-and died trying.. Early drafts of Moby-Dick began like the rest of Melvilles stories, as a playful romp on the high seas. By the time he was finished, it was a dark and lurid 135-chapter tome, a plot freighted with symbolism and wild digressions cataloging practically everything about the Yankee whaling industry.. Reviews were merciless. The New York United States Magazine and Democratic Review charged Melville with ...
The study included 680 men and 320 women aged 69±8 years. The cataloging of patients by Sundt risk grade is listed in Table 1. Of note, 194 patients had concerning anatomic risk factors, including contralateral carotid occlusion, and 496 patients had concurrent significant medical risk factors, primarily coronary artery disease. In 59% of patients, the carotid stenosis was symptomatic.. The combined 30-day death and stroke rate was 1.9%. There were 9 deaths (0.9%) (3 fatal myocardial infarctions, 4 intracerebral hemorrhages, 2 strokes). All deaths occurred in Sundt grade 3 and 4 patients. Any patient in whom there was concern for a possible perioperative ischemic event was examined by a stroke neurologist. There were 10 documented strokes (1.0%). Of these 10 strokes, 1 occurred in a Sundt grade 1 patient, 2 in Sundt grade 2 patients, 4 in Sundt grade 3 patients, and 3 in Sundt grade 4 patients. At 3-month follow-up by the neurologist, 7 of 10 patients were functionally independent as defined by ...
Data from this massive project is now part of the WorldCat online library catalog. ARSC is governed by an eight-person board of ... Other important projects have included The Rigler-Deutsch Index, a union catalog of the 615,000 78 rpm holdings of five major ... library cataloging issues, the history of recorded sound, etc. Cumulatively, approximately 1,200 papers and panels have been ... cataloging; copyright law; current research; discography; technical aspects of sound restoration, etc., etc." It also includes ...
Hugh Atkinson, University Librarian from 1976 to 1986, made the enhancement and creation of automated catalogs and cataloging ... beginning the University Library's tradition of Dewey cataloging as well as creating the Library's first card catalog. Bicknell ... In short order the technology was put to use cataloging serials, which was seen as a step on the way to the creation of a fully ... CARLI manages the shared catalog I-Share with 138 members, or more than 94% of the academic libraries in the state. I-Share ...
2 Cataloging News Cataloging News Features - Outsourcing a Private Law Library: In Defense of the Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Southern California Online Users Group (1996). "Outsourcing Cataloging". Cataloging and ...
Statistics 881-977..............Library catalogs and bulletins 987-996.3............Book collecting. Including bibliophilism, ... Including manuscripts, maps, microforms, serials 693-695.83.........Cataloging 695.85.............Library handwriting 695.87 ... general catalogs of modern books 1037-1039............Books for special classes of persons, institutions, etc. 1041-1107 ... Printing of catalogs 695.9-695.94.......Indexing. Abstracting 695.95.............Alphabetizing. Filing 695.98............. ...
"Queer Caucus for Art Chronology". Art Cataloging. Retrieved January 8, 2017. Lacey Jane Roberts (March 4, 2011). "Reimagining ...
Fox, Violet B. (2016). "Cataloging News". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 54 (7): 506-520. doi:10.1080/01639374.2016. ... "Cataloging Change: How Kennedy Library and the CSU Are Working Towards a More Inclusive Academic Environment". Cal Poly ... a phrase assigned by librarians to describe the content of books and other documents in a library catalog. The subject heading ... not be used in the library's catalog. Together with Dartmouth librarians, the students from CoFIRED submitted a formal request ...
Much of the Bliss stacks remain, however, as no-one has re-cataloged the books. The case was different, however, in Britain. BC ... Thomas, Alan R (1997). "Bibliographical classification: the ideas and achievements of Henry E. Bliss". Cataloging & ... Thomas, Alan, R. (1993). "Bliss Bibliographic Classification 2nd Edition". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 15 (4): 3-17 ...
Chapter 3. Catalogs[edit]. In chapter 3, Lessing shares an account of Jesse Jordan, a 2002 freshman of Rensselaer Polytechnic ...
Catalog[edit]. This list is organized by catalog number, a roughly chronological number system established by the label and ... "Catalog: The Dukes of Nothing". Southern Records. Archived from the original on March 29, 2008. Retrieved December 26, 2009.. ... "Catalog: Burial Chamber Trio". Southern Records. Archived from the original on December 5, 2008. Retrieved December 26, 2009.. ... "Catalog: Boris with Merzbow". Southern Records. Archived from the original on December 5, 2008. Retrieved December 26, 2009.. ...
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x 2006 CFDA; "Introduction And How To Use This Catalog"; pg. III; Types of ... a b c 2006 CFDA; "Introduction And How To Use This Catalog: Organization of this Catalog"; pg. VIII, par. 7; "Program Title, ... a b 2006 CFDA; "Introduction And How To Use This Catalog: Organization of this Catalog"; pg. IX; "Eligibility Requirements: ... a b c 2006 CFDA; "Introduction And How To Use This Catalog"; pg. I, par. 6-8 ...
Music catalog[edit]. At launch, Beatport offered tracks from 79 electronic music labels to customers worldwide. Over the years ... with a catalog of over 100,000 tracks supplied by 2,700 signed labels. Beatport was also made accessible through a scaled-down ... which would allow the service to index Beatport's catalog so its songs can be recognized by Shazam's app.[9] In December 2013, ... 2004 and consisted of 79 electronic music record labels in its catalog. Half a year later, Beatport was beginning to become ...
Printed Catalogs[edit]. In addition to catalogs of special collections such as the catalog of the Washington Collection,[6] the ... Appleton P.C. Griffin and William Coolidge Lane, A catalog of the Washington collection at the Boston Athenæum; compiled and ... Cutter took advantage of the space, using it to spread out the collections and to revise and complete the five-volume catalog. ... Work was begun on a shelf catalog in 1827. That same year, the art gallery was established, and the first annual exhibition ...
Software catalog[edit]. NASA released a software catalog in 2014 that made over 1,600 pieces of software available to the ... NASA's Software Catalog. Retrieved 27 April 2015. *^ "Gold Coating Keeps Oscars Bright". spinoff.nasa.gov. Retrieved March 12, ...
... a catalog featuring toys and gifts, separate from the annual Christmas Catalog. From 1908 to 1940, the catalog even included ... At catalog stores, some items could be ordered from the floor, such as appliances; other items could be ordered from catalogs ... and, in addition, provided a catalog sales department through which catalog items could be ordered. Sears Holdings has opened a ... Company and began to diversify the product lines offered in their catalogs. Before the Sears catalog, farmers near small rural ...
Software catalog[edit]. NASA released a software catalog in 2014 that made over 1,600 pieces of software available to the ...
The Master Catalog Database "iidbdb" has a specific set of catalogs which will not be loaded into any other database. ... Catalogs[edit]. Regardless of ownership, each database is created with a set of tables and views owned by the user "$ingres". ... These databases are owned by the user "$ingres". The database iidbdb is also known as the "Master Catalog database", and it ... Catalogs are publicly readable, but cannot be altered by anyone other than a privileged user. ...
Jin, Qiang (18 January 2008). "Is FAST the Right Direction for a New System of Subject Cataloging and Metadata?". Cataloging & ... Post-Coordination and Related Issues (PDF). Cataloging Policy and Support Office (Report). Library of Congress. Retrieved 9 ... Dean, Rebecca J. (2004). "FAST: Development of Simplified Headings for Metadata". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 39 (1- ... Journal of Internet Cataloging. 4 (1/2): 35-47. doi:10.1300/J141v04n01_05. S2CID 62585164. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter ( ...
doi:10.1016/S0740-8188(97)90042-6. Drabinski, Emily (2008). "Teaching the Radical Catalog". In Roberto, K.R. (ed.). Radical ... ISBN 1-4020-0776-0. Olson, Hope A. (2000). "Difference, Culture and Change: The Untapped Potential of LCSH". Cataloging & ... Subject Analysis in Online Catalogs, 2nd ed., co-authored by John J. Boll (Libraries Unlimited, 2001); Information Sources in ... Olson examines the marginalization imposed by the structural limitations of library catalogs. In her research, Olson explores ...
"Class". Cataloging Cultural Objects Part 2: Chapter 7. Archived from the original on June 8, 2014. Retrieved April 20, 2014. " ... According to the National Park Service, "the information on the catalog records may be as important as the items themselves." ... Institutions utilize the catalog information to manage their collections, facilitate interdepartmental communications, and make ... Collection managers also need to be knowledgeable about collection management software for cataloging and record keeping. Most ...
She is best known for bringing a philosophical knowledge organization approach to cataloging theory. Svenonius received an MA ... Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 29 (4): 5-17. doi:10.1300/J104v29n04_02. S2CID 143741045. "Intellectual Foundation of ... "synthesize subject and descriptive cataloging within a common conceptual framework." The book is frequently assigned to Master ...
Delsey, Tom (23 January 1989). "Authority Control in an International Context". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 9 (3): ... Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 44 (3-4): 343-361. doi:10.1300/J104v44n03_12. S2CID 62518730. Bourdon, Francoise (1993 ...
ISBN 978-0-8247-2021-6. Kudo, Yoko (January 28, 2011). "Modified Hepburn Romanization System in Japanese Language Cataloging: ... Where to Look, What to Follow" (pdf). Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 49 (2): 97-120. doi:10.1080/01639374.2011.536751. ...
Slavic Cataloging Manual. 15 October 2015. United Kingdom (March 2006). "A Guide to Names and Naming Practices" (PDF). ...
"Cherokee Romanization Table". Cataloging and Acquisitions. Library of Congress. 2012. Retrieved 2 June 2014. Council on East ... Seikel, Michele (9 October 2009). "No More Romanizing: The Attempt to Be Less Anglocentric in RDA". Cataloging & Classification ... "ALA-LC Romanization Tables". Cataloging and Acquisitions. Library of Congress. Retrieved 2 June 2014. " ... Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 42 (2): 21-34. doi:10.1300/J104v42n02_03. McCallum, S.H. (2002). "MARC: keystone for ...
It was used by libraries to replace the paper-based card catalog, and track lending of materials from the library to patrons. ... Each branch had their own Circulation module, but the actual catalog database was a single copy on one server in a central ... The two basic modules were Cataloging ($15,000 + $1,500 annual maintenance), and Circulation ($12,000 + $1,200 annual ... Krieger, Michael T. (1991). "Subject Authority Control on the Dynix System". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 12: 103-115 ...
She taught cataloging and classification courses at the Atlanta University School of Library Service (1946-57). Phinazee served ... 1998). Portraits in cataloging and classification : theorists, educators, and practitioners of the late twentieth century. New ... Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 25 (2-3): 227-241. doi:10.1300/J104v25n02_19. ISSN 0163-9374. Various (1992). Notable ...
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 53 (5-6): 640-657. doi:10.1080/01639374.2015.1010113. ISSN 0163-9374. Hastings, Samantha ...
MARC, MAchine-Readable Cataloging, is the method by which paper-and-ink card catalogs were converted to computer catalogs. This ... She was now in charge of cataloging, acquisitions, overseas operations, and development of networking and automation planning. ... Pattie, Ling-yuh W. (Miko) (11 May 1998). "Henriette Davidson Avram, the Great Legacy". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. ... Her staff of seventeen hundred was responsible for acquisitions, cataloging, preservation, collection development, overseas ...
Martinez Ávila, Daniel (2012). Information Retrieval with BISAC in Bookstore, Library, and Other Catalogs. School of ... McConnell, Fraiser (10 May 1985). "Languages of Melanesia". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 5 (3): 57-66. doi:10.1300/ ... McConnell, Fraiser (2 October 1985). "Peoples of Melanesia". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 5 (4): 47-51. doi:10.1300/ ... McConnell, Fraiser (13 August 1984). "Classification of Melanesia". Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 5 (1): 53-60. doi: ...
The ALA set up a Special Advisory Committee on the Decimal Classification as part of the Cataloging and Classification division ... Chan, Lois Mai (2007), Cataloging and classification (Third ed.), The Scarecrow Press, Inc., p. 321, ISBN 978-0-8108-5944-9, OL ... 321-323 Trotter, Ross (July 6, 1995). "Electronic Dewey: The CD-ROM Version of the Dewey Decimal Classification". Cataloging & ... cataloging, and indexing public and private libraries and for pamflets, clippings, notes, scrap books, index rerums, etc., ...
"Descriptive cataloging" is a well-established concept in the tradition of library cataloging in which a distinction is made ... Descriptive cataloging has been defined as "the part of cataloging concerned with describing the physical details of a book, ... Cataloging rules have been defined to allow for consistent cataloging of various library materials across several persons of a ... While typically the cataloging process results in the production of library catalogs, it also produces other types of discovery ...
Thus, cooperative cataloging has benefits such as cost effectiveness and availability of a ready cataloging model Notable ... The Library of Congress with its Program for Cooperative Cataloging More specifically, NTL uses cooperative cataloging to ... Sarah E. Thomas PhD & Jennifer A. Younger PhD (1994): Cooperative Cataloging:, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 17:3-4, ... Possible Futures for the Program for Cooperative Cataloging, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 48:2-3, 247-257. ...
The NHGRI-EBI GWAS Catalog: a curated collection of all published genome-wide association studies, produced by a collaboration ... GWAS Catalog. The NHGRI-EBI Catalog of published genome-wide association studies. ... View the most recent studies in the Catalog or browse the full list of available traits. ...
5. Catalog Entry Files. 5.1. Document Control of Catalog Entry Files. 5.2. Catalog Circularities. 6. XML Catalog Entries. 6.1. ... A catalog may be physically contained in one or more catalog entry files. A catalog entry file is a document that contains a ... Example 1. A DocBook XML Catalog File: docbook.xml.. ,!DOCTYPE catalog PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD Entity Resolution XML Catalog V1.0 ... In either case, the following entries in the catalog are interpreted as follows:. * The catalog. entry is the root of a catalog ...
Title: catalog, Author: LivestockDirect, Name: catalog, Length: 20 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2012-09-11 ... catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuus millions of ... About EPDs The available Expected Progeny Difference (EPD) numbers are included in the catalog and were current as of 1/14/11, ... This chart illustrates the Igenity test results presented for each bull in the catalog: Tend 6 ...
The overall purpose of cataloging and knowledge organization is to help people achieve the goal of finding information as ... Source for information on Cataloging and Knowledge Organization: Encyclopedia of Communication and Information dictionary. ... CATALOGING AND KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATIONIf information cannot be found when it is wanted, it cannot be integrated into the world ... Cataloging Rules and Codes. Standardized rules for cataloging have a long history. The most widely used cataloging code in the ...
The Library Catalog is used to search for books, journal titles (not individual journal articles), films, art, and other ... A books call number also appears in the catalog entry in the librarys online catalog (OPAC). ... Featured lists display catalog records in browsable lists. For example, all books put out in the Current Literature room are ... The Library Catalog is used to search for books, journal titles (not individual journal articles), films, art, and other ...
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  • The Florida Online Course Catalog includes information about the available online courses offered by district virtual schools, department approved providers and Florida Virtual School (FLVS). (fldoe.org)
  • The information displayed here is current as of Wednesday, December 12, 2018, but the official Course Catalog should be used for all official planning. (lawrence.edu)
  • The information displayed here is current as of Thursday, September 20, 2018, but the official Course Catalog should be used for all official planning. (lawrence.edu)
  • Applicants seeking admission to the graduate program in Interdisciplinary Gerontology should follow the instructions outlined in the Graduate Admission section of this Graduate Catalog. (bgsu.edu)
  • In library and information science, cataloging (US) or cataloguing (UK) is the process of creating metadata representing information resources, such as books, sound recordings, moving images, etc. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cataloging provides information such as creator names, titles, and subject terms that describe resources, typically through the creation of bibliographic records. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bibliographic control provides the philosophical basis of cataloging, defining the rules for sufficiently describing information resources to enable users to find and select the most appropriate resource. (wikipedia.org)
  • Collaborative Cataloging is shared action of a group making bibliographic records available to its participants in order to prevent duplication of bibliographic records. (wikipedia.org)
  • AACR2 descriptions conform to a more general standard, the International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD), which was produced by a 1969 meeting of cataloging experts in Copenhagen, Denmark. (encyclopedia.com)
  • 2/17/09 - In a series of webcasts, Dr. Barbara Tillett, Chief, Policy and Standards Division of the Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate, presents information about Resource Description and Access (RDA), the next generation cataloging code. (ala.org)
  • One of the many features that's included with a premium membership is the automatic generation of your own product catalog that lists just your items away from other sellers on USFreeads. (usfreeads.com)
  • Your product catalog is automatically linked from all ads you place so anyone browsing any of your ads can easily see the other items you're advertising away from other sellers on USFreeads. (usfreeads.com)
  • You can edit all logo's, text and descriptions that appear in your product catalog. (usfreeads.com)
  • The image above shows the parts of your product catalog which you can edit from your account management area. (usfreeads.com)
  • The Library Catalog is used to search for books, journal titles (not individual journal articles), films, art, and other materials. (amnh.org)
  • If your subject search is unsuccessful, the catalog gives you the option to 'search as words. (amnh.org)
  • To search for open data provided by other government organizations in Colorado please visit the Open Colorado Data Catalog . (denvergov.org)
  • Each catalog also has a built-in search feature that allows users to search just your own ads! (usfreeads.com)
  • Sarah E. Thomas PhD & Jennifer A. Younger PhD (1994): Cooperative Cataloging:, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 17:3-4, 237-257. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Library of Congress with its Program for Cooperative Cataloging More specifically, NTL uses cooperative cataloging to examine subject headings that are used in transportation literature. (wikipedia.org)
  • the assignment of subject categories or headings to such items is termed subject cataloging. (britannica.com)
  • there is a six-volume listing of Dictionary Catalog subject headings at the Information Desk. (nypl.org)
  • IBM Watson® Knowledge Catalog is a unified data catalog that can help your data users quickly find, curate, categorize and share data, analytical models and their relationships with other members of your organization. (ibm.com)
  • IBM Watson® Knowledge Catalog, powered by IBM Cloud Pak™ for Data, is a data catalog that is tightly integrated with an enterprise data governance platform. (ibm.com)
  • Watson Knowledge Catalog helps business users quickly discover, curate, categorize and share data assets, data sets, analytical models and their relationships with other members of your organization. (ibm.com)
  • Watson Knowledge Catalog has various deployment choices on IBM Cloud™ and can be run anywhere with IBM Cloud Pak™ for Data. (ibm.com)
  • Please fill out our handy dandy request form below and we will send you a FREE copy of our 2018 print catalog in our next weekly mailing. (google.com)
  • This catalog was created on Wednesday, December 12, 2018. (lawrence.edu)
  • This catalog was created on Thursday, September 20, 2018. (lawrence.edu)
  • In libraries, the online public access catalog (OPAC) can give the user location information (a call number for example) and indicate whether the item is available. (wikipedia.org)
  • Henry Draper Extension Charts Catalog. (nasa.gov)
  • Harvard College 91 - 99) and its first extension, the Henry Draper Extension (HDE) Catalog (Cannon 1934, Ann. (nasa.gov)
  • A second extension of the HD Catalog, the so-called Henry Draper Extension Charts (HDEC), subsequently extended this spectral classification to fainter magnitudes (Cannon 1937, Ann. (nasa.gov)
  • Schema for Schema Catalog, version 1, based on Dublin Core, designed 5/13/99 by Andrew Layman. (dublincore.org)
  • If the schema described by this catalog information is not the enclosing document, place the URI of the described document here. (dublincore.org)
  • Thus, cooperative cataloging has benefits such as cost effectiveness and availability of a ready cataloging model Notable example of collaborative cataloging takes place at the National Transportation Library or NTL, which is administered by the U.S. Department of Transportation. (wikipedia.org)
  • The EBI (European Bioinformatics Institute - an EMBL outstation) has decided to support this initiative by taking care of the making of the catalog - as a collaborative project in Europe - and its distribution. (bio.net)
  • Shows record in Machine Readable Cataloging format. (amnh.org)
  • Congress in the Project for Machine-Readable Cataloging (MARC), which provides on-line access to the catalogs of the current acquisitions of the British Library Reference Division and the Library of Congress. (britannica.com)
  • The books and periodicals in the Dictionary Catalog have been converted to machine-readable form and are available in the online catalog, CATNYP. (nypl.org)
  • This database was created by the HEASARC in April 1998 based on the machine-readable ADC/CDS Catalog III/182. (nasa.gov)
  • VIDEOLIB Archive: [Videolib] video records for copy cataloging? (berkeley.edu)
  • Videolib] video records for copy cataloging? (berkeley.edu)
  • Does anyone know of libraries or consortia that have big video collections and MARC records that they don't mind being borrowed for copy cataloging? (berkeley.edu)
  • To support this all catalog records have a 'short description' field where one can add a briefer description for these contexts. (carleton.edu)
  • By and large we'd like to replace links throughout our site with references to catalog records (at least in cases where the site is something worth cataloging). (carleton.edu)
  • We can identify all the 'traditional' links in an area of the site and we can (after we think corresponding catalog records have been generated) automate the replacement of the traditional links with references to the completeed catalog records. (carleton.edu)
  • A step beyond single references to catalog records are resource lists. (carleton.edu)
  • Important information for technical services unites implementing RDA and for public service librarians who have to interpret new catalog and database records. (ala.org)
  • The 800-volume Dictionary Catalog of the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library, 1911-1972, also known as the "black books" or "retrospective" catalog, contains records of books and periodicals acquired by the Library prior to 1972. (nypl.org)
  • The catalog contains records for approximately 45,000 titles, which includes inventory currently in stock and available for sale, as well as an archive of titles previously stocked. (printedmatter.org)
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Data Catalog is a metadata management service that helps data professionals discover data and support data governance. (oracle.com)
  • OCI Data Catalog is fully managed by Oracle and runs with all the power and scale of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. (oracle.com)
  • Benefit from all of the security, reliability, performance, and scale of Oracle Cloud while using OCI Data Catalog. (oracle.com)
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Catalog is a metadata management service that helps organizations find and govern data using an organized inventory of data assets across the enterprise . (oracle.com)
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Catalog is included at no extra cost with every Oracle Cloud Infrastructure subscription. (oracle.com)
  • Control user access to the data catalog and data assets with policy-based access control using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure IAM roles. (oracle.com)
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Catalog can be integrated with other applications through a set of developer APIs and SDKs to integrate. (oracle.com)
  • The surrogate might be a cataloging record, an abstract or summary, or a thumb-nail picture of the item. (encyclopedia.com)
  • The Dictionary Catalog is primarily an author and subject catalog, with a minimum number of entries for titles, interfiled in one alphabet. (nypl.org)
  • Its source catalogs are primarily Hipparcos, Tycho-2, UCAC2, and USNO-B for astrometry and optical photometry, supplemented by 2MASS near-infrared photometry. (navy.mil)
  • While typically the cataloging process results in the production of library catalogs, it also produces other types of discovery tools for documents and collections. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the Dictionary Catalog,periodical publications of an organization or learned society typically appear under the name of the organization as corporate author (e.g. (nypl.org)
  • Folksonomy Metatag David Banush (2010): Cooperative Cataloging at the Intersection of Tradition and Transformation: Possible Futures for the Program for Cooperative Cataloging, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 48:2-3, 247-257. (wikipedia.org)
  • Two classification systems were used in the catalog. (nypl.org)
  • The Dublin Core Metatadata Element Set is a collection of fifteen elements designed to categorize and catalog electronic resources. (dublincore.org)
  • For example, there special systems for cataloging museum objects have been developed, e.g. (wikipedia.org)
  • The first objective is met by cataloging rules and codes, the second is met by knowledge organization systems, and the third is met by both kinds of systems. (encyclopedia.com)
  • NCHS Survey Measures Catalog provides an overview of questions about child and adolescent mental health, and functioning and disability in various surveys of the NCHS Data Systems. (cdc.gov)
  • OCI Data Catalog harvests metadata from systems in private networks and on-premises, providing more expansive access to data. (oracle.com)
  • We're announcing a new capability in OCI Data Catalog that expands its ability to harvest metadata from data systems in private networks and on-premise. (oracle.com)
  • These unexpected extras can also be difficult to catalog -- most libraries use standardized systems designed for books, not bric-a-brac. (nytimes.com)
  • The cataloging tools support two kinds of description: short description and the normal 'long' descriptions. (carleton.edu)
  • Your catalog is maintenance free as it's content is dynamically generated via the ads you place and the categories you create, and it acts as both an integrated and independent sales channel to get more people looking at your ads, and your ads only! (usfreeads.com)
  • Digi-Key's online catalog allows YOU to drive the content you see in a click-centric, highly visual online browsing experience. (digikey.com)
  • In general, the process of creating a description and assigning access points is known as "cataloging. (encyclopedia.com)
  • For each course, the catalog provides access to the official course description, a description of unique features of the course, a method for students to provide evaluative feedback and course passage and completion rates. (fldoe.org)
  • You can enter a description for your catalog (and each section! (usfreeads.com)
  • For each plant variety, the catalog has a complete description and other details, such as the ripening time, hardiness, the year of its introduction, and its parentage, along with the Latin, and cultivar name. (bellaonline.com)
  • Cataloging is a process made in different kinds of institutions (e.g. libraries and museums) and about different kinds of materials, such as books, pictures, museum objects etc. (wikipedia.org)
  • Pursuing that goal, the TKN engages in cooperative cataloging with other transportation libraries. (wikipedia.org)
  • For example, in early summer 2011, the TKN held a meeting on cataloging standards that are used by transportation libraries nationwide. (wikipedia.org)
  • This catalog is available in many locations throughout the New York Public Library, and in many other libraries around the world. (nypl.org)
  • However, there are many thousands of indexing entries that analyze the contents of periodicals and other serial publications and these can only be found in the Dictionary Catalog and the other printed catalogs of The Research Libraries. (nypl.org)
  • In the 17th century Sir Thomas Bodley was interested in a catalog arranged alphabetically by author's last name as well as subject entries. (wikipedia.org)
  • Charles Cutter (1904) identified three purposes for cataloging: (1) to allow someone to find an item with a known creator, title, or subject, (2) to allow someone to discover what an institution has about a certain topic, and (3) to allow someone to select an appropriate item from among a number of similar ones. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Fields available for this catalog are a: (author), t: (title), s: (subject), and n: (note). (amnh.org)
  • The printable catalog is subject to change. (ggu.edu)
  • is a table that always contains one row and one column containing the name of the current database (current catalog, in SQL terminology). (postgresql.org)
  • The literature of library and information science is dominated by library cataloging, but it is important to consider other forms of cataloging. (wikipedia.org)
  • OCI Data Catalog will dramatically improve how our end users automate metadata harvesting, perform data discovery, and understand data in the data lake and data warehouse. (oracle.com)
  • Purchased in the past but did not receive current catalog. (google.com)
  • Therefore, although the University endeavors to provide current information in this Catalog at the time of publication, students, prospective students, and families are encouraged to obtain current written information on program admissions, degree completion requirements, and course prerequisites, from the individual colleges. (ferris.edu)
  • when the current date is not within the validity date information, receiving the electronic catalog from the remote location and generating an updated electronic catalog with current information. (google.com)
  • The current database contains the main portion of the catalog. (nasa.gov)
  • Connect your projects and catalogs to assets stored in popular IBM and third-party data sources. (ibm.com)
  • A data catalog organizes your information assets and empowers data citizens with business-ready data. (ibm.com)
  • The overall purpose of cataloging and knowledge organization is to help people achieve the goal of finding information as easily as possible when they need it. (encyclopedia.com)
  • This defines a small set of tags, each based on the corresponding generic Dublin Core element, specialized for the purpose of cataloging schemas. (dublincore.org)
  • The simplest approach is just to put a reference to a cataloged resource within an existing CMS page. (carleton.edu)
  • Essentially one inserts a tag containing the record's master id and the CMS automatically generates: a link to the cataloged site, a 'more 'info' link to a summary catalog record, and cross-references so that folks discovering the catalog record can find the page that referenced it. (carleton.edu)
  • This page supplements the Software Infrastructure Worldwide Dataquest Research Catalog, which lists deliverables published in the past five months. (gartner.com)
  • Anchor Optics , a division of Edmund Optics, has released a 100-page, full-color catalog of its optics offerings, including an expanded line of commercial-grade optics for industrial and commercial production, as well as for prototyping applications. (photonics.com)
  • For more information about honors curricula see the Centennial Honors College page of the catalog or visit the Centennial Honors College website at wiu.edu/Honors . (wiu.edu)
  • My favorite chart in the catalog has to be the apple chart on page 4. (bellaonline.com)
  • Use Scheme-it's comprehensive electronic symbol library and an integrated Digi-Key component catalog to design and share electronic circuit diagrams. (digikey.com)
  • Using a trusted system for managing user identities and access privileges, administrators can control access to data catalog objects and capabilities to manage security requirements. (oracle.com)
  • The catalog attempts to compile and provide access to website containing information that should be of value to scientists, regulators, natural resource managers, students and other members of the public. (usgs.gov)
  • Some of the survey measures are included in both the mental health section and the functioning and disability section of the catalog. (cdc.gov)
  • the source of the electronic catalog digitally signing the footer section of the electronic catalog to provide a digital signature. (google.com)
  • For degree requirement guidelines, students should consult the correspondence study section of this catalog under the senior college in which they expect to enroll. (lsu.edu)
  • Please visit the Major Related Programs section of this catalog to view a printable PDF of this document. (clark.edu)
  • Please see the Teacher Education section of this catalog for more information about WIU's Teacher Education Program. (wiu.edu)
  • About cataloging different kinds of cultural objects, see O'Keefe and Oldal (2017). (wikipedia.org)
  • The apparent magnitude of the star: this is the photographic B-magnitude taken from the Astrographic Catalog (AC) (for those entries having the parameter position_source = 'P', 'A' or 'C'), or the Guide Star Catalog J or V magnitude (for those entries having the parameter position_source = 'G'). The typical accuracy of these magnitudes is 0.3 mag. (nasa.gov)
  • To address these issues, this Standard defines an entity catalog that maps both external identifiers and arbitrary URI references to URI references. (oasis-open.org)
  • Often we end up making a site with alot of traditional links and then go back after the fact and replace them with references to the catalog record (so that the author isn't held up by the cataloging process). (carleton.edu)
  • For each unique star the "best" astrometric and photometric data are chosen from the source catalogs following a sequence of priorities based on the source catalogs' accuracies within a particular magnitude range. (navy.mil)
  • This process, while it may seem an unnecessary step, is required in order to build a catalog of files made up exclusively of the images and videos you have deemed relevant. (dpreview.com)
  • Disclosed herein is an electronic catalog protocol format and process for distributing and disseminating electronic catalogs. (google.com)
  • I am now in the process of putting together my sketches, swatches, etc to create my catalog, all thanks to you. (kickstarter.com)
  • Catalog your data to make it easy to find. (ibm.com)
  • A data catalog can help your data citizens easily find, prepare, understand and use the data they need. (ibm.com)
  • Connect to more than 30 IBM and third-party data sources to catalog your data. (ibm.com)
  • What is a data catalog and why you need one? (ibm.com)
  • Learn about the most critical components to selecting an enterprise data catalog for your business. (ibm.com)
  • Explore three of the most popular use cases that show why companies are moving towards data catalogs. (ibm.com)
  • Discover more about OCI Data Catalog. (oracle.com)
  • Utilize on-demand or schedule-based automatic harvesting to ensure the data catalog always has up-to-date information. (oracle.com)
  • What all these database-driven apps have in common is that you have to explicitly import media files into the program, adding them to an app-specific catalog, which is the primary holder of all your image data. (dpreview.com)
  • As described above, this catalog is meant to provide overview information on a wide variety of data sources that can address health and well-being issues for AI/AN/NA populations. (hhs.gov)
  • 88, 277) had demonstrated that it seemed feasible to `revive' the HDEC data, they were converted into a catalog of accurate astrometric parameters along with magnitudes and spectral types by Nesterov et al. (nasa.gov)
  • All astrometric data is on the International Celestial Reference System within the limitations of the source catalogs. (navy.mil)
  • Throughout the catalog gardeners will find useful charts and tables with all sorts of gardening information, such as a list of plants for problem areas, a chart showing spacing for berries, nuts, and fruit trees, and a chart listing plants used by butterflies and their larvae. (bellaonline.com)
  • This Catalog is intended to provide students, prospective students and families with written information regarding the different colleges, programs, degrees, courses, and student services offered at Ferris State University. (ferris.edu)