The editor of a Springer book I am contributing to asked me to format citations according to the MathPhys Style. I wrote my chapter in LaTeX and I have all my references in a bib file. I could not find any bst file to format citations according to MathPhys Style rules.

As far as I know, the only way to get author-year references with the svmult class is to use spbasic.bst along with the natbib package, but the references are not formatted as required. I did not find any hint in Springer's website. Any help?

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    Welcome to TeX.SE! Could you please double-check your link to the style, it doesn't seem to work. – marmot Mar 8 '18 at 16:39
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    Link corrected. From spmpsci.bst I read % This is a numerical citation style, and as such is standard LaTeX.. So, I suppose it is not what I am looking for. – Corrado Mar 8 '18 at 16:45

Well, please have a closer look to Springer web side. There you can find (open "Reference List"):

For authors using BiBTeX, the style files are included in Springer's LaTeX package.

That means just use one of the given styles (for example spbasic.bst) there best matching to what you need. The last work is done by the journal ...

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