BIBWEB bibweb is a utility for automatically retrieving bibliographical information from the American Mathematical Society's MathSciNet program. John Palmieri ("engineer") wrote bibweb, and Bill Dwyer ("idea man") helped to design it. If you're too lazy to go to the library or use a web browser to find out bibliographical information for that ground-breaking paper you're writing, you can let bibweb do the work for you. You have to use bibtex (which means you have to use latex, I think), and you have to write citations in a particular format, but that's about it. See the file 'INSTALL' for installation instructions. See the file 'HOW_TO' for directions on the use of bibweb. This program is free software, distributed under the GNU General Public License; see the file 'COPYING' for more information. Here are the files in the distribution: COPYING GNU General Public License ChangeLog list of changes made to bibweb (not user-friendly) HOW_TO how to use INSTALL installation instructions README this file bibweb the actual perl script bibweb.dvi documentation, in dvi format bibweb.html documentation, in html format bibweb.info documentation, in info format bibweb.texi documentation, in texinfo format bibweb_toc.html table of contents for bibweb.html test.tex test file: run 'latex test', then 'bibweb test' and see what happens ---------------- John H. Palmieri firstname.lastname@example.org
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bibweb – Automatically retrieve bibliography from MathSciNet
A utility to automatically retrieve mathematical bibliographical information, in BibTeX format, from the American Mathematical Society‘s MathSciNet database. More precisely, it acts as a front-end to BibTeX; it converts any citations that BibTeX can‘t find into queries to the MathSciNet database, it carries out those queries, and returns the answers in BibTeX format. Included in the package are: the perl script bibweb, documentation (in various formats), and a test file.
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|Maintainer||John H. Palmieri|
derive BibTeX data from resources other than BibTeX libraries|