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Using a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) allows electronic documents to be referenced in a stable, globally unambiguous and non-location-dependent manner. Once assignes, it guarantees reliability in citing sources even if the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) changes. Once assigned as the permanent Identifier, it allows for citation in scientific documents.
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