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Re: References to web sites

From: Jeff Kingston
Subject: Re: References to web sites
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 09:22:13 +1100

On Wed, 19 Dec 2001 22:59:22 +0100 (MET), Robert Feldt wrote:
  > Thanks, but what I meant was that I need to reference a certain web page
  > at a web site (so there is no document or paper involved). Now I use
  > { @Reference
  >     @Tag         { principia.cybernetica200112system }
  >     @Type        { InProceedings }
  >     @Title       { Definition of 'System' }
  >     @Year        { 2001 }
  >     @InAuthor    { F. Heylighen, C. Joslyn and V. Turchin }
  >     @InTitle     { Principia Cybernetica Web }
  >     @URL         { http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/^SYSTEM.html }
  > }
  > which comes out ok. But its not really of type InProceedings. My
  > question was if there is a special @Type for refs
  > like this so that they come out "the right way"? (Though I'm not sure what
  > would be the right way for refs like this; my q is pretty open-ended, you
  > know! ;-))
  > /Robert

I think you should use the type of whatever document is at the end
of the link: tech report, journal article, etc.  The fact that a
document is accessed via a URL rather than by wandering over to the
library and grabbing a journal does not affect what type of document
it is.


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