I need to customize a reference. Please see the following text. Thank you very much for any suggestion.



I cited the reference here \cite{ref1}, which gives the reference sequence 
as [1], [2], [3],..., with a title ``References''.
How to customize a reference that when cited it will assign the reference 
sequence as [A1], [A2], [A3],... with a title ``References A''. Also, the references are listed at the end of the article as [A1], [A2], [A3],...

\bibitem{ref1} name. 2001 Title of the reference.

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    Do you need to create several references sections prefixed for example as References A ([A1], [A2], etc), References B ([B1], [B2], etc), etc?
    – skpblack
    Jul 18 '17 at 3:50
  • @skpblack I have two separate files A and B actually. For file A, I need References A ([A1], [A2], etc); for file B, References B ([B1], [B2], etc). Thank you! Your idea is interesting as well. I will adopt this style next time if you could provide an approach to creating several references sections.
    – jsxs
    Jul 18 '17 at 3:59

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