Library Contents ACM's online library is based on the concept of the bibliographic reference
page - a freely accessible Web page at acm.org that serves as the primary online home for a published article.
* The results from the major academic experiments of the early 1990s, such as TULIP, CORE, and Red Sage, are being publicly shared, and there seems to be agreement in key areas such as the high cost of local electronic journal storage, the importance of integration with bibliographic reference
systems, the need for interdocument linking, and the necessity of a permanent electronic archive.
The book can also serve as a bibliographic reference
to recent research, known results, and research directions in the field, they say.
Institute of Physics Publishing (IoP) has announced that version 1.02 of Axiom now offers BibTeX and a number of other popular bibliographic reference
managers including ProCite, Reference Manager, and EndNote.
Wilson has announced the launch of Wilson Education Abstracts, a bibliographic reference
database for academic libraries and other institutions involved in furthering education.
That's why bibliographic reference
titles such as "100 Most Popular Thriller And Suspense Authors: Biographical Sketches And Bibliographies" compiled by freelance writer and literary researcher Bernard A.
Extensive footnoted references provide solid documentation and bibliographic reference
in a fine revised edition certain to prove a winning acquisition for any in-depth, detailed library covering Eastern spirituality and thinking.
Each entry contains a bibliographic reference
conforming to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.