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@proceedings vs @conference vs @inproceedings

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@proceedings vs @conference vs @inproceedings

Postby sgsawant on Sat Oct 29th, 2011

I am royally confused between the following bibtex entry types:


When is one entry type more appropriate than the other? My current estimate is that all represent some document presented at a conference. But what is the differentiating factor between the three?

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Re: @proceedings vs @conference vs @inproceedings

Postby localghost on Sat Oct 29th, 2011

I guess you will find the answer in Section 3 of the BibTeX manual.

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