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I am trying to find a bibliography that looks like the one here. I found this but it doesn't have this style and when I try some of them LaTeX cannot find them. How do I have to add them to my LaTeX and how should I find the bibliography I mentioned. I tried apa-style which looks like the one I mentioned but the problem is it also puts brackets in bibliography part in the main pdf which I don't want them.

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Could you tell us more about what packages you are using? Anything like biblatex? Perhaps you could give us a MWE of what you have (TeX file and bibliography file), otherwise it will be difficult to help you. – ienissei May 3 '13 at 5:31
@ienissei, just to clarify I ulready got the answer from David Carlisle, but I was using biblatex, and my bibliography style was apalike. – Naji May 3 '13 at 16:48
Thanks for your reply. The lack of more specific information about what you already tried or looked for is probably why your question got closed (which isn't a problem in itself, since you got the answer anyway). We try to encourage questions that point to a specific problem and show what you have done in order to solve it (which is a good way to learn, as well). – ienissei May 3 '13 at 17:33
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The paper you link to is a conference paper and as is common for such conferences the author instructions have specific LaTeX guidelines.


Links to a zip file that has a bibliography style to be used and an example document.

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I didn't know that. Sorry! – Naji May 2 '13 at 22:47

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