digital object identifier


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digital object identifier

n. Abbr. DOI
A code for identifying information, especially intellectual property, on the internet independently of the location of the file that stores the information.
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Examining success factors in the adoption of digital object identifier systems.
84:2005 (R2010) Syntax for the Digital Object Identifier (ANSI/NISO, 2005).
A digital object identifier (DOI) is a unique identifier of an object, typically an electronic document, but also images, audio or visual objects, and datasets.
Proceedings of ISCC 2002, Digital Object Identifier, 10.
To combat this issue, the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) Foundation was created in 1998 to support the "needs of the intellectual property community in the digital environment by the development and promotion of the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) System as a common infrastructure for content management" (www.
The new Web site enables both scholarly and lay audiences to access this research through the assignment of a digital object identifier (DOI) to each article.
Full citation is possible using the CrossRef Digital Object Identifier (DOI) system (http://www.
org), the alphanumeric Digital Object Identifier (DOI) provides "a means of persistently identifying a piece of intellectual property on a digital network and associating it with related current data in a structured, extensible way.
Through digital object identifier technology, copyrighted images are stored securely and can be searched out and purchased via any internet search engine.
Papers published online before they have been allocated to a print issue are citable via a digital object identifier (DOI) number.
Because content on figshare is publicly available (and each Collection generates its own digital object identifier as soon as it is published), sharing between researchers and organizations is made easy--and easily citable.
The correct digital object identifier for the proceedings of the 115th annual meeting is http://dx.

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