DOI (Digital Object Identifier) — is an international standard for digital inforomation in the Internet.
Starting November Issue 2015 /10 (41) November 2015/, every article published in International Research Journal will be assigned with a DOI. DOIs are assigned through RADS.
Why DOI is so important and how it influences the quality of scholarly publications:
- DOI facilitates citation, search and localization of a scientific publication
- DOI increases the quality of scholarly journals and indicates the technological advances of a publisher.
- DOI is an integral part of scientific communication because of its purpose of easier exchange of scientific information.
- All the journals included into Scopus, Web of Science and Springer necessarily assign DOIs to their articles.
How to cite an article with DOI according to the GOST 2003:
DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2015.0001 of this article
If the source is in Russian:
Alhanova G.K. Postroenie «doma kachestva» dlja slivochnogo masla [Construction of “house of quality” for butter] / G.K. Alhanova, R.V. Zalilov, B.K. Asenova // Mezhdunarodnyj nauchno-issledovatel’skij zhurnal [International Research Journal]. – 2015. – № 7 (38) – Part 1. – p. 6–10. doi: 10.18454/IRJ.2015.0001 [in Russian]
If the source is in English:
Alhanova G.K. Construction of “house of quality” for butter / G.K. Alhanova, R.V. Zalilov, B.K. Asenova // International Research Journal. – 2015. – № 7 (38) – Part 1. – p. 6–10. doi: 10.18454/IRJ.2015.0001