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I am working on a document that needs to be prepared with the SIAM template. Currently, my citations appear out of order, such as [2,1,14,3], because they are organized alphabetically in the bibliography, but listed out of order in the \cite{} command.

I know that if I include \usepackage[sort]{natbib} into the preamble of an ordinary document, this would fix things. However, this seems to break the SIAM template. Is there a way that I can fix this, without fixing each line by hand, or (somehow) writing a macro that goes through the document after compilation and replaces all instances of strings of the for [a_1, ..., a_n] with their sorted version?

Thank you!

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It appears that adding \usepackage[sort]{cite} to the preamble works.

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