CERN document server: Document management system for grey literature in a networked environment

@article{Vesely2004CERNDS,
  title={CERN document server: Document management system for grey literature in a networked environment},
  author={Martin Vesely and Thomas Le Baron and Jean-Yves Le Meur and Tibor Simko},
  journal={Publishing Research Quarterly},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={77-83}
}
ConclusionIn this paper we briefly described the current status of research in the field of digital libraries interoperability, mainly with respect to federated data processing such as permitted within the Open Archive Initiative framework. We then presented the CERN Document Server Software suite that is a free software package main-tained by CERN providing an online digital library solution for mid- to large-sized document repositories. The set of CDSware modules was described and the differ… 
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