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Old 08-21-2004, 09:25 AM   #1
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Correct way to reference software?


For my PhD thesis I need to reference many software packages (eg afs, nfs, RedHat , Objectovity...etc). I am a physicist and so dont know the correct way to reference these - how would this be done in a computer science published paper? Perhaps the website address (eg or do papers get written about these kinds of software - if so which journals can I dig out the papers from?




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