The 14th bi-annual International Symposium of Information Science (ISI) for people sharing an interest in critical information issues in contemporary society took place from 19th to 21st of May 2015 in Zadar, Croatia.
Peter Kraker successfully presented his accepted paper titled “Exploring Coverage and Distribution of Identifiers on the Scholarly Web” at ISI 2015. The paper discusses the role of identifiers of scientific papers and their distribution within networks sharing and providing services to gain access to them. It analyses identifier distribution and coverage of articles from the discipline of quantitative biology using arXiv, Mendeley and CrossRef as data sources. The research findings showed, that DOI – the Digital Object Identifier – may be a good identifier with respect to findability.
You can download the paper here.
Kraker, P., Enkhbayar, A., Lex, E. Exploring Coverage and Distribution of Identifiers on the Scholarly Web. In Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium of Information Science – ISI 2015, 2015