A Digital Object Identifier, or DOI, is a persistent means for identifying content online. They are commonly used with academic articles and allow the document to be found, even if its URL is changed. The DOI of a document does not change, and online databases store metadata, including location, of ...

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Redundancy in bib file: conditionally suppress url if same as doi?

Mathscinet gives bibtex entries with both a doi and a url field included. Typically they look something like @article {some-article, […] DOI = {10.1016/j.apal.2008.12.003}, URL = ...
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OAI field in biblatex/biber

Similarly to DOI, will an OAI (Open Archives Initiative) field be soon added to bibtex/biblatex styles?
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How to get DOI links in bibliography

I would like to add to all my bibliography items a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) link or a link to a download location. How can I do this with the natbib / BibTeX / hyperref combination? Currently ...
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Bibliography entry containing <>

Using BibTeX, I'm trying to add a DOI 10.1002/(SICI)1097-0118(199902)30:2<71::AID-JGT1>3.0.CO;2-G to my bibliography. However, the presence of the < and > characters causes problems. Is ...