Definitions for "DOI"
Digital Object Identifier - a standard for assigning a globally unique identifier to a digital object.
see Document Object Identifier
Digital Object Identifier. A system for identifying and exchanging intellectual property in the digital environment. It provides a framework for managing intellectual content, for linking customers with content suppliers, for facilitating electronic commerce, and enabling automated copyright management for all types of media.
Department of Infrastructure (Victoria)
Department of Insurance. The NC agency charged with regulating and overseeing insurance companies and HMOs.
the United States federal department charged with conservation and the development of natural resources; created in 1849
Doi (株式会社ドイ, Kabushiki Kaisha Doi) was a large Japanese retailer and distributor, best known outside Japan as the company that revived the Plaubel Makina 67 camera in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
domain of interpretation. A DOI defines data formats, network traffic exchange types, and conventions for naming security-relevant information. Security policies, cryptographic algorithms, and cryptographic modes are examples of security-relevant information.
A Domain of Interpretation is an authentication policy implemented by an ACME agent shareable image or by several in combination. In addition, a DOI defines the set of credentials that represents a user in its security environment.
interface:(Document-oriented interface) An approach to computing that eliminates large applications that do everything their own way, and replaces them with small universal tools (such as text editing or numeric tabulating) that each do a particular operation on any document from any computer. Used in the Newton and OpenDoc.
Keywords:  prasat, tower, mountain
mountain Prasat tower
Keywords:  inflow, outflow, freshwater, delta, bay
Delta Outflow Index. Freshwater flows from the Delta into San Francisco Bay. The DOI is calculated as total Delta inflow plus precipitation, minus in-Delta uses and exports.
Date of Injury. The date a work-related injury occurs or, for occupational disease, the date of total or partial incapacity to work due to the disease. (The Compensation Review Board has held the date of injury for repetitive trauma to be the last day of exposure to the incidents of repetitive trauma, i.e. the last day worked.) X Y Z
Date of Invoice. Used to calculate the payment terms from the date of the invoice.
Director of Information Services (UK, Malayan Emergency)
Distinctness of image. A measurement of the accuracy of a reflection in a paint film.