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 Traditionally,​ references to web content have been made by using URL hyperlinks. However, as links are ‘broken’ when content is moved to another location, a reference system based on URLs is inherently unstable and poses risks for continued access to web resources. To create a more reliable system for referring to published material on the web, from the mid-1990s a number of schemes have been developed that use name spaces to identify resources, enabling retrieval even if the location on the web is unknown. ​ Traditionally,​ references to web content have been made by using URL hyperlinks. However, as links are ‘broken’ when content is moved to another location, a reference system based on URLs is inherently unstable and poses risks for continued access to web resources. To create a more reliable system for referring to published material on the web, from the mid-1990s a number of schemes have been developed that use name spaces to identify resources, enabling retrieval even if the location on the web is unknown. ​
 publications/report_on_persistent_identifiers.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/17 14:14 by hart

 

 

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