The DOI goes alive

Simmonds, Albert
December 1997
SISAC News;Winter97/Spring98, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p16
Introduces the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) initiative at the Frankfurt Book Fair on October 15, 1997. Points made at the meeting of the International Panel of International Standard Book Number (ISBN) Agencies; International committee that has been monitoring and advising on the development of the DOI system.


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