Re: very old archives?
Cecilia Preston <email@example.com> Fri, 14 November 1997 16:16 UTC
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From: Cecilia Preston <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: very old archives?
Michael & Peter, >From previous messages: Michael: Wasn't the term Internet Serial Number used at one point? Peter: I think I used the term "Internet Serial Numbers" or something like it to cover the concept of a URN in my Masters' thesis. From: Deutsch, Peter. "Resource Discovery in an Internet Environment" Master Thesis, School of Computer Science, McGill University June 1992. p. 19 (yes I am looking at a hard copy) Chapter 3 Design Issues. There is mention of "Unique Resource Serial Numbers or URSNs" as a proposed mechanism for solving problems of duplicates, similar names and retrieved sets from multiple archives. p. 26 section "Unique Resource Serial Numbers" and in many other sections as the model is described. If Peter doesn't have this up on the net somewhere, let me know what you need and I will read this more carefully. Please reference document D486re. --Cecilia Cecilia M. Preston Preston & Lynch PO Box 8310 Emeryville, CA 94662 510-547-3207 firstname.lastname@example.org