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IDS 6938 - Selected Topics (Stereoscopy)

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American Institute of Physics (AIP)- Citation Method for this Course

AIP Style refers to the citation format established by the American Institute of Physics. AIP is the format commonly used in the field of physics. AIP is a numbered style with references numbered in the order of appearance in the article and listed in that order at the end of the article.

A free online version of the AIP Style Manual can be found via the link below (provided free of charge by the American Institute of Physics):

http://kmh-lanl.hansonhub.com/AIP_Style_4thed.pdf 

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A physical copy of the AIP Manual of Style can be referenced for in-library use only at the John C. Hitt Library 2nd floor, located at this call number location:

UCF Main Library Reference - 2nd Floor -- QC5.45 .A45 1990

AIP Style Help Online

- AIP Style Manual Guide (by Carleton College)

A Quick Guide to Footnotes in AIP

Please note that in AIP style, citations are indicated by superscript numerals in consecutive order through the text, with the references themselves arranged in the same order at the end of the paper. In special cases, in-text citations may be by the author's last name and year, with the references arranged in alphabetic order. 

*Retrieved from the AIP Style Manual (4th Edition)

Citation Management Tools at UCF

Citation software helps you to

  • import citations from databases and websites
  • build and organize bibliographies
  • format citations for papers

 The library subscribes to EndNote and RefWorks.  Other tools include Zotero and Mendelay.

 

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To sign up, choose one of the three options:

  • Schedule a Research Consultation by clicking on the online form
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Subject Librarian for Modeling and Simulation

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Sandy Avila
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John C. Hitt Library, Room 203D
407-823-1218
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