bibliographic citation


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bibliographic citation

A textbite of information about a book, article, web page, or other published item, which typically includes author, title, source, abstract and/or related information. A bibliographic citation is intended to both acknowledge the source of information being used for a work and allow others to access it.
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An overwhelming majority of the bibliographies (even the subset of the worthy ones) on the Internet use only one function of the Web--its worldwide distribution ability-to post plain-text bibliographic citations that don't take advantage of linking functions.
has looked at the majority of the nearly 3600 volumes appearing in this bibliography and appends a short annotation to each bibliographic citation.
An advantage of accessing these databases on the Web is that you can link straight from the bibliographic citation to the original article if the publisher has made the original document available on the Web.
These subsets can include pure bibliographic citation or a variety of enhanced citations with various pieces of valueadded information: abstracts, descriptors, subject codes, cited references, etc.
Basic linking takes the user from a bibliographic citation to the full text, when available.
The formats include bibliographic citation only, citations with abstracts, full ASCII text, full ASCII text with the reproduction of the figures, and, best of all, page-image format.
This user ratings survey focuses on bibliographic citation management software.
These included the complete bibliographic citation, classification number, and the department for which the item was purchased.
This edition has a new interview with four-time winner Bryan Collier (replacing the essay from a children's literature/library professional), explanations of criteria used to select the winners, and updated bibliographic citations and indexes for the award winners.
Intended for nutritionists and medical students alike, this specific focus and approach gathers a host of relevant articles and insights and pairs them with extensive bibliographic citations perfect for further study, making Nutritional Intervention in Metabolic Syndrome a complex and authoritative synthesis of the latest research in the field.
Although substantial data exist on errors in bibliographic citations in journal articles [1], literature review reveals no data on errors in bibliographic citations in PubMed.
Some of the important achievements of this project include development of a comprehensive physical collection of Islamic bioethics resources and a database of bibliographic citations of these resources, facilitating various collaborative research initiatives with interested stakeholders, facilitating the production of several scholarly publications on Islamic bioethics that have either appeared or scheduled to appear in important academic journals, and raising awareness about Muslim contributions and perspectives on bioethical debates through presentations at local, regional, and international conferences and meetings.