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Yes: Provide the instructions \renewcommand\citeleft{(} \renewcommand\citeright{)} after loading the cite citation management package. For more information, see page 4 of the package's user guide. I can't help but observe that there seems to be something odd about your example. The cite package is geared to numeric-style rather than authoryear-style ...


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the full technical documentation for amsrefs is now linked from this page. it is also present in a full tex live distribution, although to get at it, it's necessary to ask for texdoc -l amsrefs and select amsrefs.pdf, because the first choice for texdoc is usually the user documentation (amsrdoc.pdf in this case). in the list of commands shown for the ...


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After loading cite, update the \citedash to -- (the default is ]--[): \documentclass[conference]{IEEEtran} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{svdetect_refs.bib} @article{alkan2011sv, title={Genome structural variation discovery and genotyping}, author={Alkan, Can and Coe, Bradley P and Eichler, Evan E}, journal={Nature ...


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You can redefine the specs for a collection.article: \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{amsrefs} \BibSpec{collection.article}{% +{} {\PrintAuthors} {author} +{,} { \textit} {title} +{.} { } {part} +{:} { \textit} {subtitle} +{,} { \PrintContributions} ...


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(a): For people using biblatex, the backref package doesn't work any more. But biblatex has a native package option: \usepackage[hyperref,backend=biber,backref,backrefstyle=none]{biblatex} The backrefstyle governs whether consecutive pages are displayed as range or as single pages. This will give you single pages. (b): I guess with biblatex, you could ...


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Well, a more erudite answer will, as always, be appreciated - but for the time being, I got to a workaround, producing this (which includes the middle name initials): It is not really straightforward, as the name formats 'first-last' etc have to be looked up in biblatex.def (they are not present in the manual), and a hack has to be used to control ...


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The problem is that the bibmacro cite saves the hash (unique for each author name) and year of the last used citation in a variable (actually a command). The current definition of \cite does not ensure that the values stored in the variable are cleared. The bibmacro to reset these variable is cite:init. That macro has to be executed for every cite command, ...



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