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I'd echo the other comments that finding reliable data is problematic but as a suggestion of reasonably good data you could try:

Names was a Jisc funded project that as far as I know isn't currently active but the data available should be of reasonable quality I think. More details on the project available at http://names.mimas.ac.uk/files/Final_Report_Names_Phase_Two_September_2011.pdf

Names: for author names + identifiers - e.g. http://names.mimas.ac.uk/individual/25256.html?&outputfields=identifiers (this one has an ISNI)
Names also provides links to Journal articles - e.g. for same person http://names.mimas.ac.uk/individual/25256.html?&outputfields=resultpublications
You could then use the Crossref DOI lookup service to get journal identifiers

Not sure this will get you what you need but might be worth a look

Owen

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On 9 Jul 2013, at 16:32, Paul Albert <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I am exploring methods for author disambiguation, and I would like to have access to one or more set of well-disambiguated data set containing:
>  a unique author identifier (email address, institutional identifier)
>  a unique article identifier (PMID, DOI, etc.)
>  a unique journal identifier (ISSN)
> 
> Definition for "well-disambiguated"  for a given set of authors, you know the identity of their journal articles to a precision and recall of greater than 90-95%.
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> thanks,
> Paul
> 
> 
> Paul Albert
> Project Manager, VIVO
> Weill Cornell Medical Library
> 646.962.2551