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Re: A COUNTER concern.
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- From: Eric Hellman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 01:24:18 EDT
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I would like to point out that intelligent use of OpenURL 1.0 and link-server technology offers a way to measure some types of usage, even in the situation where the articles are used from thousands of repositories around the world. The point is that links contained in the articles do not change, they can be pointed at usage-measuring link servers, and can contain information about "referring entity", i.e. the identity of the article containing the links. So to sum up, measuring usage from unknown providers is entirely feasible. Please contact me directly for technical details. Eric Hellman, President Openly Informatics, Inc. email@example.com 2 Broad St., 2nd Floor tel 1-973-509-7800 fax 1-734-468-6216 Bloomfield, NJ 07003 http://www.openly.com/1cate/ 1 Click Access To Everything
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