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I need to change the custom format of bibliography citations to fulfil the requirements of a Conference. In this case, I am using an article document with unsrt bibliography style. The citations should have the aspect in the caption below (superscript citations between parenthesis):

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Besides that, I need the bibliography to be in the format you can see below:

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I have tried the solution proposed in this post but it does not work for article document type. I have tried the code below, but parenthesis are not introduced. Moreover, I do not know how to change the format of the bibliography to adjust it to the requirements.

\documentclass[a4paper,12pt,oneside]{article}

\usepackage[superscript]{cite}
\renewcommand\citeleft{(}
\renewcommand\citeright{)}

\begin{document}

The reference point\cite{Camci2009} in the text\cite{Ben-Daya2009} should be formatted thus\cite{Berdinyazov2009}.

\bibliographystyle{unsrt}
\bibliography{mybib}

\end{document}
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AN alternative is to use natbib with the option super and round instead of cite. i.e., \usepacakge[round,super]{natbib} and replace unset with unsrtnat. –  Guido Mar 20 at 8:59
    
Thanks @Guido, now the citing works properly. What about the format for the bibliography? –  Urko Mar 20 at 9:58
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An alternative is to use natbib instead of cite, and the options super and round.

\usepackage[round,super]{natbib}

and replace unsrt with unsrtnat.

The typeset of the numbers in the bibliography is controlled by \@biblabel. Here is a possible way to redefine it.

\makeatletter
\renewcommand{\@biblabel}[1]{#1.}
\makeatother
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