DOI Generation: A Digital Object Identifiers is a unique alphanumeric string assigned to depositing comprehensive and accurate metadata and registering Digital Object Identifiers, (DOIs) for your contents using the Crossref metadata systems. DOI system provides a technical and social infrastructure for the registration and user of persistent interoperable identifiers, called DOi for use digital networks of metadata. The Manuscript title has to be final as amendments are not allowed, if system found difference between the DOI generated manuscript title and article sent to us for uploading, the manuscript will not be upload on the website.
DOI maintain and updates your metadata and DOIs for the long term. DOIs are designed to be persistent in order to preserve the citation record, so should never be deleted. International DOI Foundation to identify content and provide a persistent link to its location on the internet. The Publisher assigns a DOI when your article is get published and made available on net electronically. Once the DOI is generated for your Manuscript it cannot be changed or removed.
Crossref DOIs and deposit metadata to all journal content published after joining Crossref or is registered member. Crossref members in turn benefit from this work and enhance discoverable of their research outputs for publishers, libraries, metrics and analytics companies, search engines and many others.