This article describes the creation of different digital resources in mathematics and physics. These sources were journals, bibliographic databases, digital books and digital repositories. At the end of the Twentieh century the physcists created, at Los Alamos Laboratory, the digital archive of preprint (ArCiv). After that period were formed the first digital journals and digital repositories. Great part of the physics and mathematics journals were digitised. The proliferation of this digital resources have reised the problem of their standardization of formats and data. For this reason was designed the Opan Archives Initiative Protocol (OAI) and the first metadata standard for description of digital objects, Dublin Core.. The tools for identification of digital objects were prepared like DOI, OpenUrl framework for context-sensitive linking and XML language. All of them have made easier the description, access (copyright) and the circulation of scientific literature.
|Titolo:||Le risorse digitali di matematica e fisica : una rassegna di fonti e strumenti|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2007|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Journal article|