We do not recommend mandating ORCID; however, we suggest that the journals should revise their journal instructions to encourage the use of author identifiers
* Digital repositories, the web, and knowledge organization systems (KOS)--also known as controlled thesauri/subject headings and name identifiers
I identify the fundamental problem as being that the primary identifier
members of the supply chain used to identify drug products is the GS1 Global Trade Item Number (GTIN), but the identifier
that the FDA, dispensers and payers use to identify those same drugs is the National Drug Code (NDC).
The result is that the cable identifiers
and test results for each project are stored in one place and can be retrieved and used as many times and virtually wherever it is needed.
The complaint demanded Wendy's disclose if it "sold, leased, traded, or otherwise profited from Plaintiffs' and the Class's biometric identifiers
or biometric information," and that the company be liable for paying equitable relief, litigation expenses, and attorneys' fees.
All HIV PCR results taken from health facilities in Tshwane District and registered between 1 May 2016 and 31 May 2017 were extracted from the NHLS CDW Uptake of RTHB identifiers
at birth was calculated as the proportion of HIV PCR tests among infants aged <6 days, registered with an RTHB identifier
over the total number of registered HIV PCR tests among this age group.
Because IT systems often lack an ability to effectively communicate with each other, and because they store their data using a fragmented architecture, an excessive proliferation of identifiers
In order to verify the method identifier
, Dei[beta]enbock  constructs the identifier
data dictionary, finds the homonym and synonym of the identifier
word of the corresponding method, and verifies the conciseness and consistency of the identifier
based on the homonyms and the synonyms.
VIRO  introduces a virtual identifier
space onto which switches' physical identifiers
are mapped, as shown in Figure 1.
The ORCID system provides an identifier
for individuals to use with their name as they engage in research, scholarship, and innovation activities.
ORCID is a not-for-profit organization that provides the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID), allowing researchers to register for a unique identifier
. ORCID's mission describes the service as providing "an identifier
for individuals to use with their name as they engage in research, scholarship, and innovation activities" .