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here is the bibtex entry for one of the items in the bibliography of the cited article, as delivered by mathscinet. the tags for the various elements are the "official" ones used with amsplain, but not all are recognized (see below). zbl is not included in the mathscinet database, nor is arxiv, but ZBL and ARXIV would be appropriate tags. amsplain does ...


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Not a direct answer but rather a pointer to a possible route to a solution. Last year I developed a BibTeX style for a book catalogue bookdb.bst which involved extending one of the regular BibTeX files. Run texdoc bookdb to view the User Manual and possibly read bookdb.bst if you want the gory internal details. The User Manual doesn't describe the internal ...


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The bibliography file (.bib extension, let us use you example bibliography.bib) should be included in the main latex file (let us say it is main.tex) using \bibliography{bibliography} or \addbibresource{bibliography.bib} if you are using biblatex. Then the sequence is called on the main latex file. Thus the sequence is latex main bibtex main latex main ...


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The ISO 690 Wikipedia page claims that this standard concerns the required elements, or inputs, of a bibliographic reference, and that it is not concerned with the formatting of the typeset output. If this information is correct, it doesn't make much sense to talk about an ISO690-compliant BibTeX or biblatex style: Just about all BibTeX and biblatex styles ...


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Workaround: Search for the file where_ever_your_tex_dristibution_is/texmf-dist/bibtex/bst/harvard/dcu.bst copy it to your working directory, rename the copy to, e.g., dcu_NCH32.bst, and replace the two occurrences of " (eds)" with whatever you want. Than invoke the modified style with \bibliographystyle{dcu_NCH32}


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Well, in your code I can see some problems. For example should package hyperref be the last called package! The documentation of package natbib can you read by typing texdoc natbib on your console/terminal. There are the styles listed you can use with natbib and which styles and field names are supported. To give you a starting point I changed your ...


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If found this solution for R (here), which I think is a good solution as well @Manual{ram2010, title = {Mathematica 8.0}, author = {{Wolfram Research Inc.}}, year = {2010}, url = {http://www.wolfram.com}, }


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Such things are typically added using the optional argument of the citation command. You don't say anything about your setup, here is an example with natbib: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{mohanan1986b, ISSN = {00243892, 15309150}, URL = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/4178405}, author = {K. P. ...


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Rather than implementing this feature in biblatex, one could simply do the following: \newcommand{\urlcite}[3]{\footfullcite{#1}, p.~\href{#2}{#3}} This is a fairly 'dumb' command, of course, and you lose out a lot of the clever functionality of biblatex's citation commands. However, in this case, it is not a big loss because: we know that the citation ...


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The formatting of the names used in the citation call-outs is governed not by the natbib package but by the bibliography style that's in use. I'm assuming that you'll want to show the first names of all authors, rather than just those of of selected authors. While you're at it, I'll also assume that you'd want to show any "junior" name components, if ...



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