The Digital Object Identifier (DOI) of a published article cannot be altered for errata or corrections, even though it is possible to correct the online version. Any correction must be published as soon as possible.
A correction may be published if a published article contains a significant error that affects, for example, the accuracy of the article. Corrections are published as either an erratum or corrigendum version. An erratum corrects an error introduced by the Journal during editing or production, while a corrigendum corrects an error made by the author(s). Both errata and corrigenda versions are published at the discretion of the Editor-in-Chief, and a notice of "errata version" or "corrigenda version" will be indicated above the title of the original article.
Minor errors may be corrected at the discretion of the Editor-in-Chief without a notice of errata or corrigenda.