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DOI & Crossref. Arnoud de Kemp Springer-Verlag [email protected] www.crossref.org. Not-for-profit network founded early 2000 First full-scale implementation of DOI PILA: Publishers Independent Linking Association, Inc. 168 publishers/societies 60 libraries 29 intermediaries.

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doi crossref

DOI & Crossref

Arnoud de Kemp

Springer-Verlag

[email protected]

www crossref org
www.crossref.org
  • Not-for-profit network founded early 2000
  • First full-scale implementation of DOI
  • PILA: Publishers Independent Linking Association, Inc.
  • 168 publishers/societies
  • 60 libraries
  • 29 intermediaries
what crossref is not
What CrossRef is not:
  • A product for sale
  • An article database
  • A direct-to-end-user service
  • A search interface
  • A broker of full-text content
  • A consortium of big commercial publishers
  • CrossRef: complete citation linking backbone for all scholarly literature online (new as well as old)
for whom
For Whom?
  • Any publisher of primary research material in digital form
  • Libraries for localized linking solutions, enriching online catalogues and databases with links to their own full-text holdings
  • Secondary publishers and journal hosting services
  • Technology companies
key benefits
Key Benefits
  • No state links: a DOI link is a persistent link in citations and databases
  • A single agreement rather than numerous bilateral linking agreements
  • Newest literature: outbound links to the latest cited sources
  • Higher accessibility through inbound links
  • Central DOI Directory
how the system works a
How the System works (A)
  • Join as a member and receive a DOI prefix
  • Create your own DOI (using the prefix) and assign it the article`s metadata and URL
  • Submit the record in a strict XML-based DTD format to the CrossRef MDDB
  • CrossRef registers each article DOI and URL in a central directory, thus allowing for permanent inbound links
how the system works b
How the System works (B)
  • In a separate process, the publishers also submits the citations contained in each article to the Reference Resolver, the front-end component of the MDDB
  • The publisher, library, XYZ can add outbound links to any of the article´s citation
  • Special querying and look-up process
why libraries participate
Why Libraries participate?
  • Library users want to navigate directly from citations or database records to journal articles
  • Library records do not contain article-level information or links
  • CrossRef is a key piece of the puzzle in localized linking solutions for digital collections
  • CrossRef does not compete with OpenURL, which is a syntax for transporting metadata within URLs
  • All CrossRef publishers are OpenURL compliant
some numbers other information
Some numbers & Other Information
  • 1,2 million resolutions in April 2002
  • Deposits for over 5 million articles
  • Backfile content is being added, e.g. APS goes back to 1893
  • Solution for the „appropriate copy problem“
  • Linking to non-journal content, beginning with conference proceedings and books
some cooperations
Some Cooperations
  • International DOI Foundation (IDF)
  • Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRS): Handle System
  • Ex Libris
  • OhioLINK
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Board of Directors representing many parties
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