HKU Scholars Hub
The HKU Scholars Hub is the institutional repository of The University of Hong Kong. It seeks to collect the intellectual output of HKU and make it available to the widest possible audience.
Records are made in the Hub for items that are fulltext open access, or for URLs that hyperlink to the same.
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Open Access for HK
How should I cite my article if it is published online? (Source: Cambridge Journals Online - click for more Production FAQs)
You should cite the author/article title/journal title information followed by its published online date and doi. For example
Lazerson, Samuel A. and Wiechen, Heinz M. Three-dimensional simulations of magnetic reconnection in a dusty plasma. Journal of Plasma Physics, doi: 10.1017/S0022377807006861, Published online by Cambridge University Press 27 November 2007.
The published online date establishes the copyright date for your article and the doi is the unique number which enables other readers to access your article.
What is a DOI (digital object identifier)?
The doi is a string of numbers which together uniquely identify a published article. The doi is permanently assigned to each article, and provides a persistent link to current information about that article, including where the article, or information about it, can be found on the Internet. It enables readers to find the article on the Internet irrespective of any subsequent changes in the web site structure, in the management responsibility of the journal in which it was first published, or the location of the web site on which the journal is hosted.
For more information about dois, see http://www.doi.org/ or http://www.crossref.org/.
Can I create a web address to my paper using the doi?
To convert a doi to a web address you need to add a prefix to the doi. For papers published on CJO use the url prefix http://dx.doi.org/
For example, assuming your paper has doi as follows:
Your web address will then be:
You can use the url string within any documents you write, or you can simply copy and paste it into your browser. The url will lead to the abstract page of your paper on CJO, from which the full text can be accessed as HTML or PDF.