digital object identifier

Article

August 13, 2022

A digital object identifier (DOI) is a universal system for identifying electronic documents independent of their location. International DOI Foundation (IDF). DOI is a registered trademark of IDF. The benefit of the DOI system is that it is used as a text representation of an academic article. Anyone can use this number to search for specific documents in digital networks.

Structure of DOI

A DOI consists of two parts of a number or text: a prefix and a suffix. For example: 10.1000/182 meaning 10.1000 as a prefix: 10 is the code of the listing. This must be a number established by the governing body, the International DOI Foundation. Currently, the correct number is set to 10, and therefore all current DOI starts with 10. All 1000 is the registration code of the International DOI Foundation. The publisher of the document, in this case 1000, is the International DOI Foundation number, 182 is the suffix or document number. Used to identify the document. In this case doi:10.1000/182 replaces the DOI Handbook Version 4.4.1 (DOI Handbook, Version 4.4.1). Prefixes are set up by the DOI Registration Agency for those registered only. The Suffix is ​​created by the registered person. and must be used in place of any document This can be combined with registration numbers that represent books or other documents such as ISBN or ISSN. A valid DOI reference on the website or in the publication is doi:10.1000/182.

History

The Digital Information Resource Code, or DOI, was created in collaboration with the American Publishing Association to provide standards for provide the code of the digital document Together with organizations such as the International Publishers Association; International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers; Association of American Publishers, they have established a non-profit organization called Fund.