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Adopting ORCID as a unique identifier will benefit all involved in scholarly communication.
Fundamentally, ORCID supports system interoperability by linking information between sources using the unique ORCID identifier. ORCID itself stores only limited metadata, including digital object identifiers and URLs, so that people using the registry can easily navigate to research works.
A Legal Entity Identifier is a 20-character identifier that identifies distinct legal entities that engage in financial transactions.
In that 2016 essay I wailed, "When should we expect the FDA to provide even the least bit of help to companies who are honestly trying to meet the law on time?" Apparently, for the product identifier issues finally addressed in this draft guidance, we now know the answer: two months before the (extended) compliance deadline.
- In the office, the systems designer uses CAD to plan the network infrastructure, and then uploads cable ID and component identifiers to Fluke Networks' LinkWare Live and report management application.
"The original software is then played on the higher resolution display, with asset (such as texture) calls being intercepted, identified, and the data structure entered to retrieve the remastered asset having a matching identifier. The remastered asset is then inserted on the fly into the game presentation."
The acquisition will help Stirista enhance its Consumer Identity Graph marketing database with mobile ad targeting identifiers. The updated push notification service will also help app developers monetize their apps without impairing the apps' user experience with paid ads.
Unlike key fobs or identification cards--which can be changed or replaced if stolen or compromised--fingerprints are unique, permanent biometric identifiers associated with the employee," the plaintiffs said in the complaint, a copy of which was obtained by ( ZD Net .
Identifier will enable TrustID to respond to significant interest from international markets and capitalize on new opportunities for growth.
[4,5] On account of this, and the lack of a national unique patient identifier, routine laboratory data cannot effectively be de-duplicated, thereby hampering surveillance efforts, such as estimating mother-to-child transmission rates.
Ubisecure is accredited by the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) to issue Legal Entity Identifiers (LEI).
While a national patient identifier has been touted as the silver bullet to overcoming this problem, an EMPI as a central piece of the infrastructure would still be required to ensure that every system is using that identifier, and that the central hub of identifiers remains consistent and duplicate free.