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|Title:||Integration of Library Services with Internet of Things Technologies|
|Keywords:||Internet of Things|
|Keywords (translated):||Διαδίκτυο των Πραγμάτων|
|Abstract:||The SELIDA framework is an integration layer of standardized services that takes an Internet-of-Things approach for item traceability in the library setting. The aim of the framework is to provide tracing of RFID tagged physical items among or within various libraries. Using SELIDA we are able to integrate typical library services—such as checking in or out items at different libraries with different Integrated Library Systems—without requiring substantial changes, code-wise, in their structural parts. To do so, we employ the Object Naming Service mechanism that allows us to retrieve and process information from the Electronic Product Code of an item and its associated services through the use of distributed mapping servers. We present two use case scenarios involving the Koha open source ILS and we briefly discuss the potential of this framework in supporting bibliographic Linked Data.|
|Appears in Collections:||Δημοσιεύσεις σε Περιοδικά|
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