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Direc­tory biblio/bibtex/contrib/bestpapers

README
		    Bestpapers bibliography style
			    Boris Veytsman
			     Version 1.0

Many people preparing their resumes find the requirement ``please list
five (or six, or ten) papers authored by you''.  The same requirement
is often stated for reports prepared by professional teams.  The
creation of such lists may be a cumbersome task. Even more difficult
is to support the lists over the time, when one adds new papers.  The
style bestpapers.bst is intended to make this task simpler.  It is
based on the idea that it is easier to score than to sort: we can
assign a score to a paper, and then let the computer to select the
papers with highest scores.

This work was commissioned by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,
United States Treasury.  This package is in the public domain

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best­pa­pers – A BibTeX pack­age to pro­duce lists of au­thors’ best pa­pers

Many peo­ple prepar­ing their ré­sumés find the re­quire­ment “please list five (or six, or ten) pa­pers au­thored by you”. The same re­quire­ment is of­ten stated for re­ports pre­pared by pro­fes­sional teams. The cre­ation of such lists may be a cum­ber­some task. Even more dif­fi­cult is it to sup­port such lists over the time, when new pa­pers are added.

The BibTeX style best­pa­pers.bst is in­tended to fa­cil­i­tate this task. It is based on the idea that it is eas­ier to score than to sort: We can as­sign a score to a pa­per and then let the com­puter se­lect the pa­pers with high­est scores.

This work was com­mis­sioned by the Con­sumer Fi­nan­cial Pro­tec­tion Bureau, United States Trea­sury.

This pack­age is in the pub­lic do­main.

Pack­agebest­pa­pers
Ver­sion1.0
Li­censesPublic Do­main Soft­ware
Main­tainerBoris Veyts­man
Con­tained inTeX Live as best­pa­pers
MiKTeX as best­pa­pers
TopicsBibTeX Style
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