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 +====== ILDIS annotated bibliography ======
 +
 +(under construction)
 +
 +Adey, M.E., Allkin, R., Bisby, F.A., White, R.J. & Macfarlane,  T.D. 
 +The Vicieae Database: an experimental taxonomic monograph.  
 +In: R. Allkin and F.A. Bisby, 1984, pp. 175-188
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 1CM]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +//(Describes the Vicieae Database Project and how its morphological data set 
 +for the legume tribe Vicieae was assembled and managed 
 +(using the Exir DBMS with several purpose-written import and export utilities) 
 +in order to permit querying and the production of various printed reports.  
 +Data encoding and conversion is discussed.)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +R. Allkin and F.A. Bisby, eds. 
 +//Databases in Systematics//, 
 +London, Academic Press, Systematics Association Special Volume **26**, 1984. 
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 1CM]</wrap>
 +
 +Allkin, R. & White, R.J.  
 +Data management models for biological classification.  
 +In: Bock, H.H., ed., 
 +//Classification and related methods of data analysis//, 
 +Elsevier (North-Holland), Amsterdam, 1988, 653- 402 
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 8SG]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +:!: //(Notes to be completed)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +Allkin, R., White, R.J. & Winfield, P.J.  
 +Handling the structure of biological data.  
 +//Mathematical and Computer Modelling//, **16**, 1992, 1-9
 +
 +Babac M.T. & Bisby, F.A.
 +A Chemotaxonomic Database. 
 +In: R. Allkin and F.A. Bisby, 1984, pp. 209-218
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 1CM]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +//(Describes the phytochemical database for the legume tribe Vicieae, 
 +managed by the Exir DBMS, built as part of the Vicieae Database Project 
 +and planned to be a "phase 2" project for ILDIS.)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +Bisby, F.A., White, R.J., Macfarlane, T.D. & Babac, M.T. 
 +The Vicieae Database Project: experimental uses of a monographic taxonomic database for species of vetch and pea.  
 +In: J. Felsenstein, ed. //Numerical Taxonomy//, Berlin, Springer-Verlag, NATO Advanced Study Institute Series, **G1**, 1983, 625-629
 +
 +Bisby, F.A., Russell, G.F. & Pankhurst, R.J., eds., 
 +//Designs for a Global Plant Species Information System//, 
 +Oxford University Press, 1993 
 +[the title page quotes the Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1993, but the actual publication date was February 1994] 
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 1CM]</wrap>
 +
 +Southon, I.W., Bisby, F.A., Buckingham, J., Harborne, J.B., Zarucchi, J.L., Polhill, R.M., Adams, B.R., Lock, J.M., White, R.J., Bowes, I., Hollis, S. & Heald, J.  
 +//Phytochemical Dictionary of the Leguminosae//.  
 +Chapman & Hall, London, 1994, 1580pp  [ISBN 0 412 39770 6]
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 8SG]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +:!: //(Notes to be completed)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +Shimura, J., Ichiyanagi, Y., Hollis, S., White, R.J. & Bisby, F.A.  
 +A linked rhizobia and plant host information system (RAPHIS) on the World-wide Web.  
 +//Microbiol. Cult. Coll.//, **14**, 1997, 23-32
 +
 +Roskov, Y.R., Bisby, F.A., Zarucchi, J.L., Schrire, B.D. & White, R.J.  
 +World database of Legumes - results from the first twenty years of the ILDIS project.  
 +In: //Information Systems on Biodiversity of Species & Ecosystems: 
 +Scientific Program & Abstracts//, St. Petersburg, 2003, 6-7
 +
 +Roskov Y.R., Bisby F.A., Zarucchi J.L., Schrire B.D. & White R.J. (eds.)  
 +//ILDIS World Database of Legumes:  draft checklist, version 10// 
 +[published June 2006, but CD shows November 2005 date].  
 +ILDIS, Reading, UK, 2006 
 +[CD-Rom:  ISBN 0 7049 1248 1]
 +(also available online at https://ildis.org)
 +
 +White, R.J., Allkin, R. & Winfield, P.J.  
 +Systematic databases: the Baobab design and the Alice system.  
 +In: Fortuner, R., ed., 
 +//Advances in Computer Methods for Systematic Biology: 
 +Artificial Intelligence, Databases, Computer Vision//, 
 +Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1993, 297-311
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 1CM]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +//(Describes four aspects of taxonomic data 
 +(the taxon hierarchy, character variability and dependence, and missing values) 
 +and how these are addressed in the unimplemented "Baobab" taxonomic database design 
 +and in the Alice software suite which was specifically implemented 
 +to handle these issues and provide a complete DBMS 
 +for taxonomists and other biologists working with taxonomically organised data sets.)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +White, R.J. & Allkin, R. 
 +A strategy for the evolution of database designs.  
 +In: Bisby, F.A., Russell, G.F. & Pankhurst, R.J., 1993, pp. 284-303
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +//(Emphasised the importance of data exchange mechanisms (such as Delta and XDF), 
 +including the use of XDF by the Alice software to merge contributed data sets, 
 +rather than relying on a single common data structure for all databases.)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +White, R.J., Jones, A.C., Gray, W.A. & Bisby, F.A.  
 +Creating frameworks to support interoperability of biodiversity data.  
 +//Proc. BNCOD21 Bioinformatics Workshop//, 
 +Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 2004, 92-105  
 +[ISBN 1-904410-12-X]
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 8SG]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +:!: //(Notes to be completed)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +White, R.J.  
 +Linking biodiversity databases:  preparing species diversity information sources by assembling, merging and linking databases.  
 +In: Curry, G.B. & Humphries, C.J., eds., 
 +//Biodiversity Databases: Techniques, Politics and Applications//, 
 +CRC Press, Systematics Association Special Volume **73**, 2007, 111-128, ISBN 0-415-33290-7  
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 1CM]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +//(Explains how large collaborative biological databases 
 +(such as the ERMS checklist and the ILDIS World Database of Legumes) 
 +were assembled by //**merging**// contributed data sets, 
 +and contrasts this with //**linking**// databases together into larger systems 
 +in initiatives such as the Species 2000 Dynamic Checklist 
 +and its further development in the Spice project.  
 +Databases such as ILDIS and the Species 2000 Catalogue of Life are seen as 
 +taxonomic backbones to which a variety of further data sets can be linked 
 +to expand the range of data available to the user.  
 +The reliability of such "onward links" in the presence of factors 
 +such as differing taxonomic treatments in the various data sets is discussed, 
 +with a proposed solution using "cross-maps" prepared using the Litchi software,
 +which was developed further in the "Biodiversity World" and "Species 2000 Europa" projects.)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
 +Zarucchi, J.L., Winfield, P.J., Polhill, R.M., Hollis, S., Bisby, F.A. & Allkin, R.
 +The ILDIS project on the world's legume species diversity. 
 +In: Bisby, F.A., Russell, G.F. & Pankhurst, R.J., 1993, pp. 131-144 
 +<wrap lo right>[book at 1CM]</wrap>
 +
 +<WRAP lo rightalign>
 +//(Describes the assembly of the ILDIS database from regional contributions 
 +to make the "Phase 1" checklist with geographical data 
 +and a few morphological and plant-use fields, with full citation of references, 
 +and explains current and planned future activities aiming to use this as a "backbone" 
 +to link in "Phase 2" data sets, especially phytochemistry (Babac & Bisby, 1984) and nodulation data.  
 +Emphasises the role of ILDIS in providing services to users, 
 +and interestingly assumes that scientists will send their requests to "enquiry centres", 
 +thus failing to foresee the rapid growth of the Internet and especially the World-Wide Web, 
 +although an experimental online data retrieval was planned.)//
 +</WRAP>
 +
  
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