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Mathematics 456: Citing Your Sources

Representation Theory
Professor: Pamela Harris
Fall 2016

Citation Styles for Mathematics

Mathematics journals tend to use one of three reference labeling formats:

  • numbers in brackets
  • initials or abbreviations in brackets
  • author and date in parentheses

For examples, see the reference list of Professor Harris's article and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Style Manual. For this assignment, please use the author-date format of the Chicago Manual of Style.

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