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I try to include three different reference lists into one article, all using different citation styles, like e.g. in this mini layout example:



We have regular References, like e.g. Hamburger (1995), but also still [1],[2] and the third one [R1].

\section{Other references}
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[1] Meyer, D.: Really, really interesting stuff, it's a must read. Publ. Int. Stu. \textbf{112}, 1--21 (2014)\\

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[2] Smith, D.: Even more interesting stuff than Meyer has. Publ. Int. Stu. \textbf{122}, 1--21 (2014)\\

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[R1] Smith, D.: One can make even an R-package from that stuff. Publ. Int. Comp. \textbf{1}, 21--41 (2014)

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Hamburger, C.: Quasimonotonicity, regularity and duality for nonlinear systems of partial differential equations. Ann. Mat. Pura. Appl. \textbf{169}, 321--354 (1995)


Of course, I could hard-code the entire reference list as in the layout example above, but is there any way to use a \cite command with tailored bst files? I tried also the multibib library, but this only adds prefixes to all different reference lists, by using e.g. \citeR,... with \usepackage[labeled,resetlabels]{multibib} resulting in reference lists like

[A1] ...
[A2] ...

[R1] ...

[C1] ...

What I would need is an option in multibib that avoids the numbering for one sublist entirely (dropping the C1), for one it should use only consecutive numbers (dropping the As) and for the third it should add a prefix like it is in R1.

Is there any alternative to multibib that could do the trick? Or is there any way of tailoring three bst files for multibib so that the three references lists look like I want them to be?

marked as duplicate by Bobyandbob, TeXnician, Mensch, Stefan Pinnow, Torbjørn T. Nov 22 '17 at 19:28

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