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The Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is a system for identifying and exchanging intellectual property in the digital environment.
DOI Handbook (Version 2.5.0, November 2002) is the primary source of information about the DOI. It codifies the main elements in a form that can be easily assimilated by the non-technical reader, provides a central point of reference for more complex technical content, and enables updated information to be disseminated.
An overview of achievements and future plans, by Norman Paskin. (D-Lib Magazine 9(6) June 2003).
Miquel Termens describes the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) and their application in the publishing industry. (7 December 2007).
An easy introduction to DOI. (BusinessWeek Online 23 July 2001)
Bill Rosenblatt recounts the story of DOI. He explains what the book and journal publishers who developed the DOI were trying to do, what decisions they made, and why. (The Journal of Electronic Publishing 3(2) December 1997)
Defines the order and composition of the DOI. ANSI/NISO Z39.84-2000.
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