%% This is the bibliography stylefile `vak.bst' by Vitaly Melnikov %% The file can be used to format the bibliographies of PhD thesys, books etc. %% according to the latest Russian standards: GOST 7.82 --- 2001 and GOST 7.1 --- 2003. %% It introduces the minimum number new entries and styles to cover all frequently used %% situations. The style file provides an easy way to perform a semiautomatic, %% or a completely manual sort of the list of the references. %% The file contains parts of the stylefile file 'gost780s.bst' (v.2005.08.12) %% This file may be distributed and/or modified under the %% conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License %% Requires 8-bit bibtex with switch -B and csf file supporting cyrillic. %% bibtex8 -B -c <encoding>.csf <your_document> %% Please, send any bug reports via e-mail: %% melnikov at mail dot ifmo dot ru %% See examples *.pdf, *.tex (in Russian) %% Acknowledgements: %% to Maksym Polyakov for his stylefile file 'gost780s.bst' %% to Aleksandr Kirilenko (our university's bibliographer) for his useful consultations
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vak – BibTeX style for Russian Theses, books, etc
The file can be used to format the bibliographies of PhD theses,
books etc., according to the latest Russian standards: GOST 7.82 –
2001 and GOST 7.1 – 2003. It introduces the minimum number of
new entries and styles to cover all frequently used situations.
The style file provides an easy way to perform a semiautomatic, or
a completely manual sort of the list of the references.
Processing bibliographies produced by the style requires a 8-bit BibTeX system.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Maintainer||Vitaly G. Melnikov|
|Contained in||TeXLive as vak|
typesetting dissertations, theses, etc.|