Functional category: aggregator

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Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) is a multi-disciplinary indexing and search service (hosted and operated by Bielefeld University Library), which harvests metadata from selected websites and data collections as well as from digital repositories supporting Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH).

repository infrastructure

Citebase is an experimental citation index service and scientometric OA search engine (developed by University of Southampton) tracking citations of research literature from physics, maths, information science, and (published only) biomedical papers. Citebase harvests pre- and post-prints (usually author self-archived) from OAI-PMH compliant archives, parsing their references and indexing metadata in a search engine.

repository infrastructure

COnnecting REpositories (CORE) is a service (developed by Knowledge Media Institute at Open University) aiming to facilitate free access to scholarly publications distributed across repository systems. CORE provides a full-text search facility, based on open metadata about resource relationships, by processing repository metadata and full-texts of Open Access resources.

repository infrastructure

Institutional Repository Search (IRS) is a cross-search and aggregation service (currently hosted and managed by Mimas) providing an aggregated search point for UK repositories. Originally commissioned by JISC, IRS development was completed in July 2009, but the service has been running continuously since then.

repository infrastructure

OAIster is a union catalog (currently managed by non-profit organisation OLCC) holding millions of records representing open access resources. The goal of OAIster is to create a collection of freely available, academically oriented, easily searchable digital resources. OAIster was built by harvesting from open access collections worldwide using OAI-PMH.

repository infrastructure

Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe (OpenAIRE) is an EU-funded project to build e-infrastructure supporting researcher compliance with the European Research Council Guidelines on Open Access and the European Commission's Open Access Pilot. In addition to developing software packages supporting the harvesting, enriching and storing metadata from Open Access publications and scientific datasets, OpenAIRE provides Orphan Repository & Search service for EU-funded projects.

repository infrastructure

RepUK is a prototype system (developed and managed by UKOLN) harvesting and aggregating metadata from UK institutional repositories. RepUK provides a heterogeneous metadata store regularly harvested from repository metadata records and a simple, RESTful API primarily to support third-party retrieval of harvested records. RepUK also provides feeds of some of this aggregated metadata and a prototype of a business-intelligence reporting service including visualisations.

repository infrastructure
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