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I found this previous answer, which helps with the names in the header, but I now have to hide references to our own previous work interspersed in the text. Is there a special command for that?

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    Do you have to remove just the citation call-outs, or both the call-outs and the corresponding entries in the bibliography? And, do please tell us which bibliography style you emplyoy.
    – Mico
    Dec 8 '17 at 12:43
  • It'll have to be both, as the list of references starts straight after the closing paragraph, so it's not easy to remove. The style is numeric, and you can find the file here github.com/borisveytsman/acmart/blob/master/… Does this help?
    – Morpheu5
    Dec 8 '17 at 15:22
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    LaTeX and BibTeX don't "know" which \cite instructions point to publications (co)authored by you and which ones do not. Hence, the only solution is to (a) remove (or comment out) all \cite instrucitons that point to publications you (co)authored and then to rerun LaTeX, BibTeX, and LaTeX twice more to fully update the document.
    – Mico
    Dec 8 '17 at 15:29
  • I suspected that much, I was hoping there was some special form of the \cite command that automatically omits the reference if some options in the document class is on.
    – Morpheu5
    Dec 8 '17 at 16:07
  • The natbib package and the amsart document class definitely don't provide such a special form of \cite.
    – Mico
    Dec 8 '17 at 16:14

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