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 Roskov, Y.R., Bisby, F.A., Zarucchi, J.L., Schrire, B.D. & White, R.J.   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.   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+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.)   Roskov Y.R., Bisby F.A., Zarucchi J.L., Schrire B.D. & White R.J. (eds.)  
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 Systematic databases: the Baobab design and the Alice system.   Systematic databases: the Baobab design and the Alice system.  
 In: Fortuner, R., ed.,  In: Fortuner, R., ed., 
-//Advances in Computer Methods for Systematic Biology: Artificial Intelligence, Databases, Computer Vision//, +//Advances in Computer Methods for Systematic Biology:  
 +Artificial Intelligence, Databases, Computer Vision//, 
 Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1993, 297-311 Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1993, 297-311
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 Linking biodiversity databases:  preparing species diversity information sources by assembling, merging and linking databases.   Linking biodiversity databases:  preparing species diversity information sources by assembling, merging and linking databases.  
 In: Curry, G.B. & Humphries, C.J., eds.,  In: Curry, G.B. & Humphries, C.J., eds., 
-//Biodiversity Databases: Techniques, Politics and Applications//, CRC Press, 2007, 111-128, ISBN 0-415-33290-7  +//Biodiversity Databases: Techniques, Politics and Applications//,  
 +CRC Press, Systematics Association Special Volume **73**, 2007, 111-128, ISBN 0-415-33290-7  
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-:!: //(Notes to be completed)//+//(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.)//
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