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I want to reference the following white paper:

@ONLINE{TegraX1,
    author = {NVIDIA Corporation},
    title = {NVIDIA Tegra X1 NVIDIA'S New Mobile Supechip},
    month = Jan.,   
    year = {2015},
    url = {http://www.nvidia.com/content/PDF/tegra_white_papers/tegra-K1-whitepaper.pdf}
}

However this paper does not have any information about a certain author, it is more like the company behinds it. Thus, I do not know how to give the author properly, or if this is even the correct format. Furthermore, this iwll only show "Corperation" in the pdf where sourced, where it would be nicer to have a more valuable short like Nvidia Coop or sth like this.

marked as duplicate by Alan Munn, barbara beeton, Stefan Pinnow, Maarten Dhondt, user36296 Feb 21 '17 at 18:52

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    What about author = {{NVIDIA Corporation}},? Note that if you use biblatex, you will have more options regarding how to do names (e.g., there is a shortauthor field you can use). But note that for traditional BibTeX, how things appear depend on the .bst you use, and you have not given that information. – jon Feb 21 '17 at 16:52
  • Wow thank you - I am fairly new to LateX and just use it once or twice a year, but this does the trick – Kev1n91 Feb 21 '17 at 17:09

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