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Persistent identifiers (PIDs) like DOI, ORCID or ROR aid in generating open metadata that are FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable).

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Conference paper with an ISBN

Is an ISBN a sign of prestigious publishing? Will the conference paper with ISBN appea in Google scholar, ResearchGate and orcid? Is ARICBET CONFFERENCE PRESTUGIOUS?
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Is there a catalogue of fixed DOI patterns per journal?

Some journals use DOI prefixes/suffixes that remain the same for every work they publish. For instance, every article in the journal British Politics carries a DOI based on the pattern 10.1057/bp.****....
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How to find out the registration agency behind a DOI?

Persistent identifiers like DOIs help in rendering (scholarly and other) metadata "open" and FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable). FAIR data are supposed to be "...
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