Commit 28a1ce31 authored by Niles Johnson's avatar Niles Johnson

bib style for annotations

I decided to make this a separate style for two reasons.

 1. Because annotations are so rare, I bet *very* few people will want this

 2. Since I don't know how to pass options to bibtex, I don't know of a better
    way to let the same .bib file serve for both annotated and unannotated
    bibliographies.
parent 82368919
\providecommand{\bysame}{\leavevmode\hbox to3em{\hrulefill}\thinspace}
\providecommand{\MR}{\relax\ifhmode\unskip\space\fi MR }
% \MRhref is called by the amsart/book/proc definition of \MR.
\providecommand{\MRhref}[2]{%
\href{http://www.ams.org/mathscinet-getitem?mr=#1}{#2}
}
\providecommand{\doi}[1]{%
doi:\href{https://dx.doi.org/#1}{#1}}
\providecommand{\arxiv}[1]{%
arXiv:\href{https://arxiv.org/abs/#1}{#1}}
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\begin{thebibliography}{EKMM97}
\bibitem[Ada74]{Ada1974Stable}
J.~F. Adams, \emph{Stable {H}omotopy and {G}eneralised {H}omology}, Chicago
Lectures in Mathematics, University of Chicago Press, 1974.
\begin{quotation}\noindent This book is blue. Annotations are added from the
"annote" field.\end{quotation}
\bibitem[EKMM97]{EKMM1997Rings}
A.~D. Elmendorf, I.~Kriz, M.~A. Mandell, and J.~P. May, \emph{Rings, modules,
and algebras in stable homotopy theory}, Mathematical Surveys and Monographs,
vol.~47, American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 1997, With an
appendix by M. Cole. \begin{quotation}\noindent What else can I say? Notice
that this annotation ends with special punctuation. Unlike other .bib fields,
the "annote" field should include all punctuation, because you might not want
to end with a period. Period!\end{quotation}
\bibitem[Eve91]{Eve1991Cohomology}
L.~Evens, \emph{The cohomology of groups}, Oxford Mathematical Monographs, The
Clarendon Press Oxford University Press, New York, 1991, \\Oxford Science
Publications. \begin{quotation}\noindent This is a good place to learn about
cocycles.\end{quotation}
\bibitem[JN10]{JN2010Complex}
N.~Johnson and J.~Noel, \emph{For complex orientations preserving power
operations, $p$-typicality is atypical}, Topology and its applications
\textbf{157} (2010), no.~14, pp.~2271--2288.
\doi{10.1016/j.topol.2010.06.007} \arxiv{0910.3187}
\begin{quotation}\noindent This is an article. This annotation has several
sentences. It really goes on for a while so you can see what a super long
annotation looks like. I bet it looks terrible. But who knows? This
annotation has several sentences. It really goes on for a while so you can
see what a super long annotation looks like. I bet it looks terrible. But who
knows? This annotation has several sentences. It really goes on for a while
so you can see what a super long annotation looks like. I bet it looks
terrible. But who knows?\end{quotation}
\end{thebibliography}
@Book{Ada1974Stable,
Title = {Stable {H}omotopy and {G}eneralised {H}omology},
Author = {Adams, J. Frank},
Publisher = {University of Chicago Press},
Year = {1974},
Series = {Chicago Lectures in Mathematics},
Annote = {This book is blue. Annotations are added from the "annote" field.}
}
@Book{EKMM1997Rings,
Title = {Rings, modules, and algebras in stable homotopy theory},
Author = {Elmendorf, A. D. and Kriz, I. and Mandell, M.~A. and May, J.~P.},
Publisher = {American Mathematical Society},
Year = {1997},
Address = {Providence, RI},
Note = {With an appendix by M. Cole},
Series = {Mathematical Surveys and Monographs},
Volume = {47},
ISBN = {0-8218-0638-6},
Mrclass = {55N20 (19D10 19D55 55P42 55T25)},
Mrnumber = {MR1417719 (97h:55006)},
Mrreviewer = {Donald M. Davis},
Pages = {xii+249},
Annote = {What else can I say? Notice that this annotation ends with special punctuation. Unlike other .bib fields, the "annote" field should include all punctuation, because you might not want to end with a period. Period!}
}
@Book{Eve1991Cohomology,
Title = {The Cohomology of Groups},
Author = {Evens, L.},
Publisher = {The Clarendon Press Oxford University Press},
Year = {1991},
Address = {New York},
Note = {\\Oxford Science Publications},
Series = {Oxford Mathematical Monographs},
ISBN = {0-19-853580-5},
Mrclass = {20J06 (20-02)},
Mrnumber = {MR1144017 (93i:20059)},
Mrreviewer = {U. Stammbach},
Pages = {xii+159},
Annote = {This is a good place to learn about cocycles.}
}
@Article{JN2010Complex,
Title = {For Complex Orientations Preserving Power Operations, $p$-typicality is Atypical},
Author = {Niles Johnson and Justin Noel},
Journal = {Topology and its applications},
Year = {2010},
Number = {14},
Pages = {pp.~2271-2288},
Volume = {157},
Arxiv = {0910.3187},
Comments = {19 pages},
Doi = {10.1016/j.topol.2010.06.007},
Eprint = {0910.3187},
Mrclass = {55P43 (55P42)},
Mrnumber = {2670503 (2011g:55009)},
Mrreviewer = {Yutaka Hemmi},
Oai2identifier = {0910.3187},
Owner = {justin},
Timestamp = {2009.11.16},
Annote = {This is an article. This annotation has several sentences. It really goes on for a while so you can see what a super long annotation looks like. I bet it looks terrible. But who knows? This annotation has several sentences. It really goes on for a while so you can see what a super long annotation looks like. I bet it looks terrible. But who knows? This annotation has several sentences. It really goes on for a while so you can see what a super long annotation looks like. I bet it looks terrible. But who knows?}
}
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%% Part of Niles Johnson's latex setup
%% This document is in the public domain (2015)
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\documentclass[11pt,oneside,draft]{amsart}
\usepackage{fouriernc} % Fourier fonts instead of Computer Modern
\title[Latex package demo]{A Latex package demo\\ OR: What I've learned so far}
\date{\today}
\begin{document}
See below for some very interesting documents.
\nocite{Ada1974Stable,EKMM1997Rings,Eve1991Cohomology,JN2010Complex}
\bibliographystyle{annote2}
\bibliography{annotated}%
\end{document}
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