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- IEEE Computer Society Style Guide IEEE Computer Society Style Guide: Sample References
The purpose of the IEEE Computer Society Style Guide is to clarify the editorial styles and standards that the Society’s publications use. It is maintained and periodically update a style guide to clarify those usages not adequately defined in accepted external sources. Its purpose is to promote coherence, consistency, and identity of style, making it easier for Computer Science editors and our authors to produce quality submissions and publications that communicate clearly to all our readers.
- The references on style and usage are listed below in the order in which they should be consulted.
Preferred dictionary: Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 11th ed., 2003.
- General style guide: The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed., 2003 (referred to as CMS in this style guide).
- Math style guide: The Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences, 1998. Published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, this handbook provides some helpful information about math typography and other stylistic matters.
- Press style guide: The Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing in Media Law, 2002.
- General Library Citation and Style Guide: information on EndNote, Mendeley, etc.
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- Honesty in Academics. Plagiarism defined at the University of Calgary
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- URL: https://library.ucalgary.ca/guides/CPSC
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