Are OPUS publications fully citable? / URN and DOI

In principle, OHMdok publications are equivalent to conventional publications and as such are fully citable. One convention for citing electronic texts is DIN ISO 690:

HOLL, Alfred, Felix PAETZOLD und Robert BREUN. Cooperative, cyclic-iterative knowledge gain in information systems anti-aging [online]. Nürnberg: Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule, 2011 [gesehen am 03. April 2013]. available at: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bvb:92-opus-805


All documents on OHMdok receive a Uniform Resource Name, or URN as well as an Digital Object Identifier, DOI. The purpose of the URN/DOI is to ensure that publications are permanently identifiable and locatable. The advantage of the URN/DOI is that it remains valid even when the physical location of a resource changes, such as when switching servers. Online text citations should, therefore, always contain the URN/DOI.

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