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== Citations ==
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Hi, I'd really like to read the 2 arleitcs you mention about Woz and Jobs but have not been able to find them on the Internet. Is there any way to get access to the arleitcs other than trying to get an old paper copy?  Thanks.John Strohm
*Citations within the text should include the '''author’s last name''' and the '''year of publication''', for example '''[Gottlob, 1992]'''.
 
*Treat multiple authors as in the following examples:
 
:[Brachman and Schmolze, 1985] (for two authors)
 
:[Baumgartner et al., 2001] (for more than two authors)
 
*Append lowercase letters to the year in cases of ambiguity: [Levesque, 1984a].
 
*Collapse multiple citations as follows: [Gottlob et al., 2002; Levesque, 1984a].
 
*If the author portion of a citation is obvious, omit it, e.g., Nebel [2000].
 
 
 
== Bibliography ==
 
 
 
=== Articles in a Journal ===
 
#Author(s) (first name last name), or name of organization
 
#Title of article
 
#''Title of Journal (in italic)''
 
#Volume, number, and, if available, part
 
#First and last pages of article
 
#Date of issue
 
 
 
==== Example: ====
 
:[Gottlob, 1992] Georg Gottlob. Complexity Results for Nonmonotonic Logics. ''Journal of Logic and Computation'', 2(3):397–425, June 1992.
 
 
 
 
 
=== Articles in Proceedings ===
 
# Author(s) (first name last name), or name of organization
 
# Title of article
 
# ''Title of Proceedings (in italic)''
 
# First and last pages of article
 
# Location
 
# Publisher
 
# Date
 
 
 
==== Example: ====
 
:[Levesque, 1984b] Hector J. Levesque. A Logic of Implicit and Explicit Belief. In ''Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence'', pages 198–202, Austin, Texas, American Association for Artificial Intelligence, August 1984.
 
 
 
 
 
=== Books ===
 
# Author(s) (first name last name), name of organization, or editors
 
# ''Title of book''
 
# Edition number (if applicable)
 
# Name of publisher
 
# Place of publication (city) 
 
# Year of publication 
 
# First and last page of reference (if applicable)
 
 
 
==== Example: ====
 
:[Abelson et al., 1985] Harold Abelson, Gerald J. Sussman, and Julie Sussman. ''Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs''. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1985.
 
 
 
 
 
=== Theses, dissertations, and other unpublished works ===
 
# Author(s) (first name last name), or name of organization
 
# Title
 
# Type of publication ("Master's thesis", "Dissertation")
 
# Organization or University
 
# Place of publication
 
# Year of publication
 
# First and last page of reference (if applicable)
 
 
 
==== Example: ====
 
:[Diessner, 1969] Alfred Diessner. Studies on Compressed Gas Insulation. Master's thesis, Stanford University, 1969.
 
 
 
 
 
=== Web Resources ===
 
# Author/editor
 
# Title (or description) of the site
 
# Name of any institution or organization associated with the site
 
# Creation date and/or Access date
 
# URL
 
 
 
==== Example: ====
 
:[Ruch, 2002] Allen B. Ruch. The Modern Word. Created at: May 5, 2002. Retrieved at: June 6, 2004. http://www.TheModernWord.com/gabo.
 
 
 
 
 
== References ==
 
*[Steinkraus, 2004] Kurt Steinkraus. IJCAI–05 Formatting Instructions, September 2004, http://ijcai05.csd.abdn.ac.uk/resources/ijcai05.pdf.
 
*[IEEE, 2000] IEEE. IEEE Standards Style Manual--Section 7. December 31, 2000, http://standards.ieee.org/guides/style/section7.html.
 
*[IEEE, 2004] IEEE. IEEE Computer Society Style Guide - References. January 2004, http://www.computer.org/author/style/refer.htm.
 
 
 
 
 
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Revision as of 14:34, 31 May 2012

Hi, I'd really like to read the 2 arleitcs you mention about Woz and Jobs but have not been able to find them on the Internet. Is there any way to get access to the arleitcs other than trying to get an old paper copy? Thanks.John Strohm