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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Roderic Page tagged sici

JACC (Journal Article Citation Convention) is proposed as an alternative to SICI (Serial Item and Contribution Identifier) as a convention for specifying journal articles in DOI (Digital Object Identifier) suffixes. JACC is intended to provide a very simp

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The use of the SICI is limited to serials. A SICI can be used to identify both a complete document and items in a document, e.g. articles. The SICI may also be used for electronic documents, as long as they contain a location number or an enumeration. Thi

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The Serial Item and Contribution Identifier (SICI) is a code (ANSI/NISO standard Z39.56) used to uniquely identify specific volumes, articles or other identifiable parts of a periodical. It is “intended primarily for use by those members of the bibliogr

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This document discusses how Serial Item and Contribution Identifiers
(SICIs; persistent and unique identifiers for serial issues and
contributions such as articles) can be supported within the URN
framework and the syntax for URNs defined in RFC 214

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This Book Item and Component Identifier (BICI) draft standard for trial use defines a variable length code that will provide unique identification of book items (e.g., where a single ISBN has been assigned to a multi-volume set) and to the component parts

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The SICI code is composed of three segments: Item, Contribution, and Control.
For a complete description the reader is referred to the ANSI/NISO Z39.56-1996
standard. This record provides a high-level description only; the syntax is
declared as an ABNF

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This Serial Item and Contribution Identifier (SICI) standard defines a variable length code that will provide unique identifications of serial items (e.g., issues) and the contributions (e.g., articles) contained in a serial title. The standard is intende

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The SICI is a variable length code which can be used to identify both print and electronic serial publications. This new edition introduces significant changes such as the ability to identify if the serial is electronic, paper, or microformat and the iden

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