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noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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The Music Therapy World Journal Index (MTWJI) and the full text database of the AJMT are also accessible via the Internet.
The combination of CASPR's OpenShelf software interface and UMI's Resource/One Full Text database provides an excellent research tool for the high school and small library market," said Norman Kline, CASPR President and CEO.
Ovid first implemented links between its bibliographic and full text databases in 1995 with the release of the Core Biomedical Collection, a full text database consisting of 15 leading biomedical journals.
is engaged in the development, manufacturing, and marketing of precision measuring instrumentation; and the design and marketing of computer software products based on a full text database indexing search and retrieval sold under the trade name of InfoQue.
NASDAQ:DWTI) announces Total Recall, a new information management system which combines the strengths of Relational and Full Text database technologies.
Feuerstein Systems ("JFS"), a division of Docucon, Incorporated (Nasdaq: DOCU) which specializes in litigation support services and software products, today announced that the Company's flagship software, JFS Litigator's Notebook(TM) ("Litigator's Notebook"), has been integrated with Concordance(TM), a leading full text database for litigation support and document management, published by Los Angeles-based Dataflight Software, Inc.
Prior Information Notice: Making full text databases environetbase.
and Austin, TX, Paratext publishes bibliographic and full text databases for the academic, public and special libraries community in North America and throughout the world.
Publishers may continue to create their journals in issues and merely make each issue accessible on the World Wide Web to subscribers (or for free), individual articles can be separated from the journal issue and be made available in large full text databases that combine articles from many different journals, or authors may choose to post their scholarly work directly on e-print servers or their own Web page and forgo publishing in a journal altogether.
The study looks closely at librarian preferences for the inclusion of various kinds of cyber materials in full text databases.