Compendio De Microbiolog A M Dica

Author: José Angel García-Rodríguez
Editor: Elsevier España
ISBN: 9788481743784
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Texto que recoge de manera sintética, clara y didáctica los conocimientos clave de Microbiología. Concebida y escrita para ser un instrumento de gran ayuda para los estudiantes que se acercan por primera vez a esta materia. Texto de gran ayuda para los estudiantes que se acercan por primera vez a esta materia. Pocket Guide for Medical Microbiology

Medical Mycology

Author: Dodé Grigoriu
Editor: Hans Huber Pub
ISBN: 9780920887189
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National Union Catalog

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

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Handbook Of Metadata Semantics And Ontologies

Author: Sicilia Miguel-angel
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814590355
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Metadata research has emerged as a discipline cross-cutting many domains, focused on the provision of distributed descriptions (often called annotations) to Web resources or applications. Such associated descriptions are supposed to serve as a foundation for advanced services in many application areas, including search and location, personalization, federation of repositories and automated delivery of information. Indeed, the Semantic Web is in itself a concrete technological framework for ontology-based metadata. For example, Web-based social networking requires metadata describing people and their interrelations, and large databases with biological information use complex and detailed metadata schemas for more precise and informed search strategies.There is a wide diversity in the languages and idioms used for providing meta-descriptions, from simple structured text in metadata schemas to formal annotations using ontologies, and the technologies for storing, sharing and exploiting meta-descriptions are also diverse and evolve rapidly. In addition, there is a proliferation of schemas and standards related to metadata, resulting in a complex and moving technological landscape — hence, the need for specialized knowledge and skills in this area.The Handbook of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies is intended as an authoritative reference for students, practitioners and researchers, serving as a roadmap for the variety of metadata schemas and ontologies available in a number of key domain areas, including culture, biology, education, healthcare, engineering and library science.