Category:Unique identifiers

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Universal identifiers represent various schemes used to uniquely reference people, companies, and other things across domains, systems and organizations. They are used mostly in computer systems and databases, and provide a way to find objects whose names may change.

Universal identifiers are usually assigned by an agency or a consortium, and may or may not have governmental or international oversight.

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