It is much more easier to customize and instead of .
So the following is based on (try to read the documentation).
With the package option
you get the numeric layout you want, with
the first names are only shown with there initials and with the command
all names are printed as "familyname, firstname".
So the following MWE
should give you the result you want:
If that is not what you need please specify in your question how a book should be printed in the bibliography, how an article, an online reference etc. That is not clear with your inserted image ...
To change the sign after a unit you can add for example the following command
to get a comma, followed by a space.
So with the following MWE
you get the following result:
Add after a redefinition of command :
That delets the comma you do not want.
I'd like to ask about choosing item for Bibliography part in Latex.
The situation is like this: I currently use JabRef for bibliography management (great software), (engine MikTex 2.8, IDE TexnicCenter1.0). The package I use for writing thesis is ClassicThesis by Miede and Arsclassica as a support package.
in the main text file it uses natbib package to handle bibliography:
However when I copy BibTex from different authors, different publishers, they often provide various content on the paper. Some are not necessary.
This Bibtex Source (some provide in very detail like this, some give another information)
David G. Lowe. Distinctive image features from scale-invariant keypoints. Int. J. Comput. Vision, 60:91–110, November 2004. ISSN 0920-5691. doi: 10. 1023/B:VISI.0000029664.99615.94. URL http://portal.acm.org/citation. cfm?id=993451.996342.
But I need to comply with the format required by my school, it closely follows IEEE format. With the information above, the output should be:
(author name small caps)David G. Lowe, "Distinctive image features from scale-invariant keypoints", (italic journal name)Int. Journal of Computer Vision, Vol. 60, pp. 91–110, Nov 2004. ISSN 0920-5691
Is there a neat way to do that? I think it's very tiresome and unpractical to remove all the unnecessary information form the Bib source they provided.