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Add \nocite{} commands in the table order at the start of the document. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @conference{Smaili:2011aa, Author = {Smaili, Hafid and Breeman, Jan and Lombaerts, Thomas and Stroosma, Olaf}, Booktitle = {4th European Conference for Aerospace Sciences}, Title = {{A} ...


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This is off-topic for our site since it is related to Google Scholar exclusively. So I proposed closing as such. But let's close it by providing at least the TeX connection. If you go to your Scholar account settings you'll see the following page; There you can select BibTeX, Endnote, RefMan and RefWorks. But based on my personal experience it doesn't ...


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To get rid of the semicolon, the type field must be (as required by the Vancouver style) type={database on the Internet} and not type={page on the Internet} In fact, with the following contents for your ex.bib @Webpage{arXiv-web, type={database on the Internet}, title={arXiv.org e-Print archive}, key={arXiv.org e-Print archive}, ...


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If you are not loading natbib, you can pacth \thebibliography so it uses \section* instead of \chapter*: \documentclass[10pt]{book} \usepackage{etoolbox} \patchcmd{\thebibliography} {\chapter*} {\section*} {} {} \renewcommand{\bibname}{References} % this is just for the example \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{refs.bib} ...


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You seem to be entering the bibliography "by hand" (unless you have done that simply to create your MWE, which of course (since you've tagged your question bibtex is possible). Anyway, much as I hate answering a question with "use some bibliography package you are not using", I'm going to stick my neck out and say that this makes a good case for using ...


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I think that thesis type is right. The following shows two possibilities. Incidentally, your date format was wrong, but I've corrected it: you need to divide dates with hyphens not slashes. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @thesis{thesis, author = {John Dough and Jane Doe}, title = {An example of some ...


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Your question title and your question are unclear and misleading. You assume everybody knows what AES means. My first thought was Advanced Encryption Standard. As you mentioned year and place I infered you mean the Audio Engineering Society. Are you searching the bib-style for a paper on this conference's proceedings? => author guidelines including a LaTeX ...


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If you're using biblatex, take a look on the biblatex manual, section 3.9.1 Generic Commands and Hooks. \finalnamedelim is probably the bibliography string you want to change. You can do that easily with: \renewcommand*{\finalnamedelim}{\addcomma\addspace} You may also take a look at the \multinamedelim-string.


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You have to use latexdiff directly on the bbl files. So just execute latexdiff old.bbl new.bbl > diff.bbl and then execute (pdf)latex diff.tex. This generally works well with (author,year) style of citations, but I have not tried it with numbered styles. For the bibnote command you probably have to use --append-textcmd option latexdiff ...


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Change your entries from this: @incollection{aikhenvald2003, ... editor={Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y and Dixon, R.M.W.} ... } @incollection{plungian2010b, ... booktitle = {{Linguistic realization of evidentiality in European languages}} ... } to this (i.e., add a comma at the end of these fields): @incollection{aikhenvald2003, ... ...



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