A list of publications, e.g. books and journal articles, that a person has used in writing a book, assignment etc.
A list of publications to which an author has made specific reference; usually placed at the end of an article or chapter, or at the end of a book, sometimes in chapter order.
Alternative name for BIBLIOGRAPHY, although some editors keep bibliographies for books alone and have other sources in a References section.
The following list of references is selective rather than exhaustive. Technical papers, reports, sections of books, and important compliance documents have been included. Many of the papers and reports contain references that broaden the list and provide additional insight into the performance of reflective insulation and radiant barriers.
A list of the sources that are quoted or paraphrased in the text; normally given at the end of the chapter or book.
a list of publications referred to by the author of a paper or book. Also called "Works Cited" or "Bibliography."
Bibliographic description of a book or periodical article sufficient to identify and find the item.
The References section is a bibliography consisting of a list of the sources used in writing the lab report, such as the lab manual, textbook, a course packet, or a scientific article. It is similar to the Works Cited in papers for other classes. Generally speaking, more advanced labs and introductory labs for majors require References. Different scientific fields use somewhat different styles for documenting sources in the References. For example, in chemistry the American Chemical Society (ACS) style is used. In biology, it is the Council of Biological Editors (CBE) style. The style that is appropriate to the lab class is used.
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The section of a report that lists in alphabetical order the articles cited in the main body of the report. There is a recommended way of referencing articles in a psychological report or essay and this way is published by the American Psychological Association.
(... secondary sources) If you quote anything from a book or other resource then the source of information should be made clear. For a book give the title and author, for Internet information give the web address and title of the web site.
List of works that are referred or consulted by the author(s) in the creation of the document, and listed as part of the document. ScienceServer dynamically lists and links references to the local full text of the article or to the CrossRef defined location. Refer Format Information about the article in a format that is used by bibliographic software packages. Get the information by selecting Get citation export (Reference Format). EndNote and Procite use the data in this format. Relevancy ranking The process of displaying a search results list in an order based on an algorithm that considers the number of occurrences of the search term(s) in the documents and the density of the term(s) along with additional defined factors in order to display the most relevant documents first on the results pages.