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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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The adoption rate of digital object identifier systems is still low despite the potential benefits and capabilities of digital object identifier systems (Seybold Report, 2004).
SCITEPRESS is a member of CrossRef (http://www.crossref.org/) and every paper is given a DOI (Digital Object Identifier).
Paralelo a estas transformaciones, en 1998 surge el denominado DOI (Por su nombre en ingles Digital Object Identifier) (Martin, 2013), un codigo que identifica cada institucion editora y cada producto digital, en este caso el articulo cientifico, en el "ciberespacio" y que garantizan y promueven la localizacion y acceso del mismo, pese a los cambios de direccion electronica que puedan presentar las revistas, servidores, etc.
The results of this evaluation also showed that six identifier systems of DOI, Handle, UCI, URN, ARK, and PURL are the best options for Introducing the Digital Object identifier, and four identifier systems of ORCID, MIRIAM, ISNI and NBN are also good choices for digital identification in certain specialized areas.
Uma conquistada implementada a partir desse volume e a atribuicao de DOI (Digital Object Identifier) para os artigos publicados.
We also aim to provide Adicciones with the corresponding DOI (Digital Object Identifier), so that each article has a specific number, constant over time and regardless of changes in its location, which any user can employ for finding the cited article on Internet (International DOI Foundation, 2012).
We are pleased to inform you from this issue onwards, all articles published in AJBR will have its own DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number.

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