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%% This is the bibliography stylefile `vak.bst' by Vitaly Melnikov 

%% The file can be used to format the bibliographies of PhD thesys, books etc.
%% according to the latest Russian standards: GOST 7.82 --- 2001  and GOST 7.1 --- 2003. 
%% It introduces the minimum number new entries and styles to cover all frequently used 
%% situations. The style file provides an easy way to perform a semiautomatic, 
%% or a completely manual sort of the list of the references.
%% The file contains parts of the stylefile file 'gost780s.bst' (v.2005.08.12) 
%% This file may be distributed and/or modified under the
%% conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License

%% Requires 8-bit bibtex with switch -B and csf file supporting cyrillic.
%% bibtex8 -B -c <encoding>.csf <your_document>

%% Please, send any bug reports via e-mail:
%% melnikov at mail dot ifmo dot ru

%% See examples  *.pdf, *.tex (in Russian) 

%% Acknowledgements: 
%% to Maksym Polyakov for his stylefile file 'gost780s.bst'
%% to Aleksandr Kirilenko (our university's bibliographer) for his useful consultations

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vak – BibTeX style for Rus­sian Th­e­ses, books, etc

The file can be used to for­mat the bib­li­ogra­phies of PhD the­ses, books etc., ac­cord­ing to the lat­est Rus­sian stan­dards: GOST 7.82 – 2001 and GOST 7.1 – 2003. It in­tro­duces the min­i­mum num­ber of new en­tries and styles to cover all fre­quently used sit­u­a­tions. The style file pro­vides an easy way to per­form a semi­au­to­matic, or a com­pletely man­ual sort of the list of the ref­er­ences.

Pro­cess­ing bib­li­ogra­phies pro­duced by the style re­quires a 8-bit BibTeX sys­tem.

Ver­sion 2011-07-04
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerVi­taly G. Mel­nikov
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