Stanford University
Digital Libraries Project

Using the InfoBus

The Stanford Digital Libraries project is a participant on the Digital Library Initiative started in 1994 and supported by NSF, DARPA, and NASA, with Stanford focusing on interoperability.

At the heart of the project at Stanford is the testbed running the InfoBus protocol which provides a uniform way to access a variety of services and information sources through proxies acting as interpreters between the InfoBus protocol (DLIOP) and the native source protocol.

What follows is a list of selected web pages containing useful information and tutorials about InfoBus, its protocol and related projects.

If you want more information, you can take a look to these web pages:

That's all. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Andreas Paepcke (paepcke@cs.stanford.edu)
[Stanford] [DigLib]
Quick Tabs to Projects: Query Translation -- SenseMaker -- STARTS -- Grassroots -- SONIA -- Metadata Architecture -- ComMentor -- R-Manage -- InterPay -- Distributed Transactions -- InterOp Protocol -- Z Server -- Proxy Generator -- Infobus Socket Interface -- JYLU -- DLITE -- Audio HTML Access -- WebWriter -- Interbib -- SCAM -- COPS