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Bibliography

    This is a large (~ 3,600) BibTeX database which is maintained by Craig and Marietta Douglas. You are free to use it in your works. You will do us a favor by citing it:

    C. C. Douglas and M. B. Douglas, MGNet Bibliography, URL http://www.mgnet.org/bib/mgnet.bib, Yale University, Department of Computer Science, New Haven, CT (USA), 1991-2002.

    The citation naming scheme is the following:

    InitialsLastname_morenames_YearLetter

For example, my dissertation's key from 1982 is

    CCDouglas_1982a

The key for a book by Braess, Hackbusch, and Trottenberg from 1984 is

    DBraess_WHackbusch_UTrottenberg_1984a

If you want to use our blank templates and journal abbreviation scheme, you need to get the Empty and Journals.abb files.

    You can help keep this bibliography accurate and up to date by sending us your own publication list in these areas. Almost any format (BibTeX, ascii, plain paper, vitae style, etc.) is acceptable since your submissions will be converted to the standard one used here. Even a web address is fine.  Please send e-mail to

with new entries or corrections. When sending corrections, please send the last modified date (on page 1 of the printable documents or at the beginning of the file mgnet.bib) of the edition you are using.

    The bibliography is distributed as a printable paper and as a BibTeX file hat can be used with flavors of LaTeX and BibTeX.

Text file Gzipped file Description
mgbib.ps mgbib.ps.gz A PostScript version of the MGNet Bibliography paper.
mgbib.dvi mgbib.dvi.gz The output from LaTeX of the MGNet Bibliography paper.
mgnet.bib mgnet.bib.gz The BibTeX database.

You must use gunzip to decompress the gzipped files.

    The file mgnet.bib contains all of the entries sorted in alphabetical order by authors and years. Some people have reported that their BibTeX programs cannot handle mgnet.bib without breaking it up into at least 4 pieces. This is due to mgnet.bib containing over 30,000 lines of text. Do not break it up unless you have to.

 

Cheers,
Craig C. Douglas

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