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3_composition:annexes:bibliographie:initiales_multiples_avec_bibtex [2018/06/02 17:38]
joseph.wright
3_composition:annexes:bibliographie:initiales_multiples_avec_bibtex [2018/12/04 00:00]
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---- +====== ​Multi-letter initials in BibTeX ​======
-title: ''​Multi-letter'' ​initials in BibTeX +
-category: bibliographies +
-permalink: /​FAQ-bibtranscinit +
-date: 2014-06-10 +
----+
  
-If your bibliographic style uses initials + surname, you may encounter+ 
 +If your bibliographic style uses initials + surname, you may encounter
 a problem with some transcribed names (for example, Russian ones). a problem with some transcribed names (for example, Russian ones).
 Consider the following example from the real world: Consider the following example from the real world:
-```bibtex+</​code>​bibtex
 @article{epifanov1997,​ @article{epifanov1997,​
    ​author = {Epifanov, S. Yu. and Vigasin, A. A.},    ​author = {Epifanov, S. Yu. and Vigasin, A. A.},
    ​title ​ = ...    ​title ​ = ...
 } }
-``` +</​code>​ 
-Note that the ''​Yu'' ​is the initial, not a complete name. However, +Note that the "Yu" ​is the initial, not a complete name. However, 
-BibTeX'​s algorithms will leave you with a citation&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​ +BibTeX'​s algorithms will leave you with a citation ​---  
-slightly depending on the bibliographic style&​nbsp;&​mdash; ​that reads: +slightly depending on the bibliographic style --- that reads: 
-''​S. Y. Epifanov and A. A. Vigasin, ​&​hellip;''​. instead of the intended +"S. Y. Epifanov and A. A. Vigasin, ​...". instead of the intended 
-''​S. Yu. Epifanov and A. A. Vigasin, ​&​hellip;''​.+"S. Yu. Epifanov and A. A. Vigasin, ​...".
  
 One solution is to replace each affected initial by a command that  One solution is to replace each affected initial by a command that 
 prints the correct combination. ​ To keep your bibliography portable, prints the correct combination. ​ To keep your bibliography portable,
 you need to add that command to your bibliography with the you need to add that command to your bibliography with the
-`@preambledirective:​ +''​@preamble'' ​directive:​ 
-```bibtex+</​code>​bibtex
 @preamble{ {\providecommand{\BIBYu}{Yu} } } @preamble{ {\providecommand{\BIBYu}{Yu} } }
  
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    ​title ​   = ...    ​title ​   = ...
 } }
-```+</​code>​
 If you have many such commands, you may want to put them in a separate If you have many such commands, you may want to put them in a separate
-file and `\inputthat LaTeX file in a `@preamble`+file and ''​\input'' ​that LaTeX file in a ''​@preamble''​
 directive. directive.
  
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 BibTeX'​s point of view.  For this we need a control sequence that BibTeX'​s point of view.  For this we need a control sequence that
 does nothing: does nothing:
-```bibtex+</​code>​bibtex
 @article{epifanov1997,​ @article{epifanov1997,​
    ​author ​  = {Epifanov, S. {\relax Yu}. and Vigasin, A. A.},    ​author ​  = {Epifanov, S. {\relax Yu}. and Vigasin, A. A.},
    ​title ​   = ...    ​title ​   = ...
 } }
-```+</​code>​
 Like the solution by generating extra commands, this involves tedious Like the solution by generating extra commands, this involves tedious
 extra typing; which of the two techniques is preferable for a given extra typing; which of the two techniques is preferable for a given
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 undesirable if the bibliography is a shared one. undesirable if the bibliography is a shared one.
  
-''​Compound'' ​initials (for single names made up of two or more words)+"Compound" ​initials (for single names made up of two or more words)
 may be treated in the same way, so one can enter Forster'​s rather may be treated in the same way, so one can enter Forster'​s rather
 complicated name as: complicated name as:
-```bibtex+</​code>​bibtex
 @article{forster2006,​ @article{forster2006,​
   author ​  = {Forster, P.M. {\relax de F.} and Collins, M.},   author ​  = {Forster, P.M. {\relax de F.} and Collins, M.},
   title    = ...   title    = ...
-```+</​code>​
 The same trick can be played if you're entering whole names: The same trick can be played if you're entering whole names:
-```latex+ 
 +<​code ​latex>
 ... ...
   author ​  = {Epifanov, Sasha {\relax Yu}ri and   author ​  = {Epifanov, Sasha {\relax Yu}ri and
 ... ...
-```+</​code>​
 (though no guarantee, that either of those names is right, is (though no guarantee, that either of those names is right, is
 offered!) offered!)
-However, if you're typing the names in the ''​natural'' ​(Western) way,+However, if you're typing the names in the "natural" ​(Western) way,
 with given names first, the trick: with given names first, the trick:
-```bibtex+</​code>​bibtex
 ... ...
   author ​  = {P.M. {\relax de F.} Forster and   author ​  = {P.M. {\relax de F.} Forster and
 ... ...
-``` +</​code>​ 
-doesn'​t work&​nbsp;&​mdash;​ ''​de F. Forster'' ​is treated as a compound family+doesn'​t work --- "de F. Forster" ​is treated as a compound family
 names. names.
  
 +
 +-----
 +
 +//Source:// [[faquk>​FAQ-bibtranscinit|Multi-letter initials in BibTeX]]
 +
 +{{htmlmetatags>​metatag-keywords=(LaTeX,​bibliographies)
 +metatag-og:​title=(Multi-letter initials in BibTeX)
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 +}}
  
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