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    twiki.dcc.rl.ac.uk DCCPersistentIDReport < OLD < DCC Development Wiki

    On the other hand we may have no control over the others in the heirarchy.Thus we have the issues of - in the specific case of Persistent Identifiers for Representation Information ( RepInfo )the bootstrap into the name resolution systemthe persistence of each of the name resolversthe DCC's own R... Read article

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    arstechnica.com DOIs and their discontents

    Each manuscript, prior to publication, is given a string that acts as a unique identifier and helps you locate the document. In short, it is a reference, updated for the digital age. If you have a DOI, you can visit dx.doi.org , plug it in, and you will be taken to the paper. This will happen eve... Read article

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    aanda.org Definition of the Flexible Image Transport System (FITS), version 3.0 | A&A

    It is recommended that either the 19-digit bibliographic identifier 8 used in the Astrophysics Data System bibliographic databases ( http://adswww.harvard.edu/ ) or the Digital Object Identifier ( http://doi.org ) be included in the value string when available (e.g., “1994A&AS..103..135A” or “doi... Read article

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    thepcrj.org Primary Care Respiratory Journal

    Relationship between exacerbation frequency and lung function decline in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Thorax 2002;57(10):847-52. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/thorax.57.10.847 8. Hurst JR, Vestbo J, Anzueto A, et al. Susceptibility to exacerbation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. N... Read article

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    karger.com Integrative Medicine International Guidelines - Karger Publishers

    Alterations made in proofs, other than the correction of introduced errors, are charged to the author and may require editorial approval. Digital Object Identifier (DOI) A DOI number will be available as a unique identifier on the title page of each article. DOIs are useful for identifying and ci... Read article

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    guides.lib.k-state.edu Sharing Your Data - Data Management - LibGuides at Kansas State University

    A domain-specific respository has some advantages too ♦ Your data will stored with similar datasets - it's a one stop shopping place ♦ Researchers will find your data easily - they are there specifically to find data in your field ♦ The repository will understand what your data needs in terms of ... Read article

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    ajer.synergiesprairies.ca Submissions

    Once DOIs and/or hyperlinks have been placed in your article, test the links to make sure there are no typos and the links work. Footnotes and Endnotes: Footnotes are not allowed. The use of endnotes is discouraged; however, necessary brief explanatory notes, numbered consecutively and marked in ... Read article

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    healthcare-bulletin.com Healthcare Bulletin: Ischemia Modified Albumin as an Acute-Phase Reactant

    The correct format for citing a DOI is as follows: doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(08)61345-8 Open the following DOI site in your browser: Enter the entire DOI citation in the text box provided, and then click Go. The document that matches the DOI citation will display in your browser window. The DOI sche... Read article

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    oxfordjournals.org Oxford Journals | Medicine & Health | Clinical Infectious Diseases | manuscript preparation instructions

    Appearance in Advance Access constitutes official publication, with full-text functionality, and the Advance Access version can be cited by a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier). The final manuscript is then paginated into an issue, at which point it is removed from the Advance Access page. Bo... Read article

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    longwoods.com For Authors :: Healthcare Policy :: Longwoods.com

    References - Updated for DOI Read article

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    palgrave-journals.com About AOP : IMF Economic Review

    Does The Institute for Scientific Information use DOIs? Can I use the DOI in a reference citation? What do the numbers in the DOI signify? How can I use a DOI to find a paper? Read article

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    process.knowledgeblog.org Citing URLs with Kcite | The Knowledgeblog Process

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    cardiovascimaging.com Archives of Cardiovascular Imaging - Public Page

    To cite or create a link to a document using a DOI Citing or linking with a DOI link To find a document using a DOI Read article

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    lists.w3.org DOI and the non-IETF tree from Paskin, Norman (DOI-ELS) on 2003-09-02 (uri@w3.org from September 2003)

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    jcs.biologists.org Journal of Cell Science

    Permanence of the published record Preservation of electronic versions of articles in a permanent archive is an essential component of today's publishing. The Company of Biologists has a third-party agreement with Highwire Press, who administer our archive, and are members of the LOCKSS program. ... Read article

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