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NISO Z39.84 Syntax for the Digital Object Identifier

Digital Object Identifier System The Digital Object Identifier (DOI´┐Ż) is a system for identifying and exchanging intellectual property in the digital environment. Developed by the International DOI Foundation, it provides a framework for managing intellectual content, for linking customers with content suppliers, for facilitating electronic commerce, and enabling automated copyright management for all types of media.


Academic Press DOI Information Academic Press, a Harcourt Science and Technology Company, is a Charter Member of the International DOI Foundation and is using the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) for its online content. The DOI is an important tool for managing and linking electronic content.


Digital Object Identifier (DOI) help


Identifiers and Their Role in Networked Information Applications / Clifford Lynch


Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a technical coordination body for the Internet. Created in October 1998 by a broad coalition of the Internet's business, technical, academic, and user communities, ICANN is assuming responsibility for a set of technical functions previously performed under U.S. government contract by IANA and other groups.


Linking to the Appropriate Copy : report of a DOI-based prototype


Open linking for libraries: the OpenURL framework / Jenny Walker


Open Linking in the Scholarly Information Environment Using the OpenURL Framework / Herbert Van De Sompel


Identifiers and Identification Systems / Vitiello Giuseppe