CitationPageFormattingStyleGuidelines

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Specifically this webpage describes the formatting guidelines for Bibliographic Citation Pages.
A template can be found here: CitationPageFormattingStyleTemplate.
The guidelines can be found below.


Format

A Bibliographic Citation Page has the following format:

FormalCitationIdentifier


Subject Headings: KeyWords


Notes

NotesList


Cited By

CitedByList


Quotes

QuotesList


References

CitationList



FormalCitationIdentifier

The first line of the citation has the following format:


Note that some author names can have double-brackets around them: First Last. E.g. Gabor Melli, Ted Pedersen, etc.

Example


YYYY:

This refers to the year of publication.

YYYY_AbbreviatedTitle:

This refers to the Identifier of the Bibliographic Citation Webpage.

PublicationTitle:

This refers to the Publication Title.
Note that it includes a period at the end; unless some punctuation already exists.

PublicationURL

This refers to a URL that will quickly lead the reader to the publication


PublicationBook

This item contains the name of the larger publication book that the publication item was first published in. Often this larger publication book is a conference 'Proceedings', it can also be a 'Journal'.
The style to follow is to preceded the name with the words In:. E.g. In: Proceedings of ....

PublicationAbbreviation

This item contains the abbreviation that is sometimes given to the conference proceedings or journal. For example: (KDD-2008), or (TKDD vol3).



KeyWords

The second line of content contains a set of hyperlinks to related concepts.
This line typically requires some extensive background knowledge to fill.
The minimal/default entry for this line is simply: Subject Headings:



NotesList

The section is where Gabor will place some notes.
The minimal/default entry for this line is simply:

Notes



CitedByList

The section contains references to other publications that comment on this publication. This section is typically populated after reading some other publication, and noticing that it makes reference to this publication.
The minimal/default entry for this line is simply:

Cited By



QuotesList

This section contains direct quotes from the publication. The main interest is on 1) the material that describes the publication, such as the Abstract and Introduction; 2) the material that describes how this publication relates to other work; and 3) the references section.
NEVER include the substance of the publication, such as their novel algorithm or methodology.


References