DOI

The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is a persistent identifier or handle used to identify objects uniquely, standardized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Every DOI name is a unique series of alphanumerical characters and consists of two parts: the prefix and the suffix –separated by a forward slash. The prefix identifies the publication, so it is the same in every single document of a particular journal or book.The suffix identifies the articles and chapters in the publication, so they all have to be unique.
 
Benefits of DOI:
  • it is a persistent identifier, so DOI links will point to the document even if moved elsewhere from its original location;
  •  the DOI is an internationally widely used identifier, used by many publishers; so it may increase the visibility and discoverability of published documents.

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