SFX was the first OpenURL link resolver or link server. It remains the most widely-used OpenURL resolver, being used by over 1,500 libraries. Librarians Herbert van de Sompel, Patrick Hochstenbach and their colleagues at Ghent University in Belgium developed the OpenURL framework from 1998 to 2000. At that time they called it by
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SFX is a British magazine covering the topics of science fiction and fantasy. SFX magazine is published every four weeks by Future Publishing and was founded in 1995. The magazine covers topics in the genres of popular science fiction, fantasy and horror, within the media of films, television , videogames, comics and literature.
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Self Extracting + Sound Effect(s)
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short for 'special effects'
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Sound Effects -or- Stage Effects
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[Science Fiction Expo]
SFX (Science fiction Expo) is a convention in Toronto, Canada. The convention began as a featured event of the Canadian National Expo, now known as Fan Expo Canada. SFX was first added in 1999 and the name is a slang acronym, standing loosely for Science Fiction Exposition. It was the second featured event ever added
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special effects or devices to create visual illusions.
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