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Resource Discovery in Trilogy

@article{Chevalier1999ResourceDI,
  title={Resource Discovery in Trilogy},
  author={Franck Chevalier and David Harle and D. Geoffrey Smith},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={1999},
  volume={cs.DL/9902015}
}
Trilogy is a collaborative project whose key aim is the development of an integrated virtual laboratory to support research training within each institution and collaborative projects between the partners. In this paper, the architecture and underpinning platform of the system is described with particular emphasis being placed on the structure and the integration of the distributed database. A key element is the ontology that provides the multi-agent system with a conceptualisation… Expand
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    The authors would like to acknowledge the support for this work provided by the EPSRC for the Trilogy project (Grant no GR/L09714) and the Trilogy Members
    • The authors would like to acknowledge the support for this work provided by the EPSRC for the Trilogy project (Grant no GR/L09714) and the Trilogy Members