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What

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is

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a

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Digital

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Author

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Identifier?

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Digital

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Author

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Identification

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(

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DAI

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)

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is

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een

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uniek

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landelijk

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nummer

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voor

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elke

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auteur,

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met

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een

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aanstelling

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of

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een

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andere

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relevante

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band

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bij

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een

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Nederlandse

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universiteit

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,

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hogeschool

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of

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onderzoeksinstituut

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.

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Het

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gebruik

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van

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de

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DAI

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is

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geregistreerd

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bij

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het

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het

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College

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Bescherming

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Persoonsgegevens

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(CBP)

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en

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de

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DAI

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is

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voorbereid

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op

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de

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internationale

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ISO

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standaard

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"ISNI"

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(International

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Standard

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Name

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Identifier).

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  • English:

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Syntax

(better explanation needed!)

The DAI contains 9 characters. The first 8 characters are numbers. The 9th character is a control character.

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how is this control character calculated? Can anyone explain the algorithm used?

at the moment the info namespace is used as an authority namespace.

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titlehow does a DAI look like

info:eu-repo/dai/nl/12345678X

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The

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DAI

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the

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number

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after

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info:eu-repo/dai/nl/

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info:eu-repo/dai/nl/

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is

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just

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an

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authority

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namespace,

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telling

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the

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user

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or

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machine

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that

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the

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number

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is

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a

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DAI

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originating

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from

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the

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Netherlands.

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here

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to

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read

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more

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about

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info:eu-repo/dai/nl/

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How can we fit the DAI in to the ISNI? It is said it can be done by OCLC. But how? The ISNI is a 16-digit number. Does this subset of dutch authors get a prefix? What about the last control number?

XML schema

(better explanation needed!)

For the MODS metadata an extension has been made. The XML shema of the extension can be found here: http://purl.org/REP/standards/dai-extension.xsd

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For the use of this extension in MODS see: Use of MODS

Identifier workflow

(better explanation needed!)
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