There isn't - it's an ISBN-A, an actionable DOI.
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Richard, did you see my note about DOI and the ISBN? They claim to
be the official ISBN as URI:
I believe that there is no problem translating an ISBN string into
the DOI URI.
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Richard Wallis posted:
[In the linked data world] there is a
significant difference between
the >numbers (OCLC number, LCCN, ISBN, etc.) associated
resource and the >URI that identifies it.
Of these numbers, only ISBN is associated with the resource.
LCCN, and other national bibliographic agency nubers, are
with the description.
That is true, the numbers have been associated with
the records (descriptions). However the URI is a [linked data]
identifier for the resource.
Note the '[In the linked data world]' in the text above you
referenced. Linked data uses http URIs as identifiers for
resources, so that they can be linked and those links followed.
Obviously there is need to record numbers and other identifying
strings (which are not http URIs) that have been used to
identify the resource in other domains, as properties in the RDF
ISBN is a bit of a special case, it is an identifier for the
resource, it is a string, it is not a http URI that can be used
as a linked data identifier. So in RDF it is captured as a
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