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---- +====== ​Multi-letter initials in BibTeX ​======
-title: "Multi-letter" ​initials in BibTeX +
-category: bibliographies +
-permalink: /​FAQ-bibtranscinit +
----+
  
-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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 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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