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#### sciposter +bibliography

Hi everybody
I have used sciposter.cls for designing a poster and use sectionbox
package. My problem is with bibliography part.

\begin{sectionbox}{}

\bibliography {sch:1}
\newblock H.Erdl ,P.Schnider
\newblock{\em Astron. Astrophys.},268:453--471(1993).

Gould A.,Bahcall J.N.,Flynn C.,
\newblock{\em AstroPhysical  Journal},482,913(1997).
\end{sectionbox}
\vfill

This lines produce a Reference box  ,but its problem is referring to
references.  It doesn't work with \bibitem ,also with \bibliography
for the second reference !!!

Best ,nakisa

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nakisa <nakisa.nooraee@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everybody
> I have used sciposter.cls for designing a poster and use sectionbox
> package. My problem is with bibliography part.
>
> \begin{sectionbox}{}
>
> \bibliography {sch:1}
> \newblock H.Erdl ,P.Schnider
> \newblock{\em Astron. Astrophys.},268:453--471(1993).
>
> Gould A.,Bahcall J.N.,Flynn C.,
> \newblock{\em AstroPhysical  Journal},482,913(1997).
> \end{sectionbox}
> \vfill
>
>  This lines produce a Reference box  ,but its problem is referring to
> references.  It doesn't work with \bibitem ,also with \bibliography
> for the second reference !!!

I don't know about sciposter, but probably something like

\begin{sectionbox}{}
\begin{thebibliography}{2}
\bibitem{sch:1} H. Erdl, P. Schnider
\newblock\emph{Astron. Astrophys.},\newblock 268:453--471 (1993).

\bibitem{g:1}% choose a key
A. Gould, J.\,N. Bahcall, C. Flynn,
\newblock\emph{AstroPhysical Journal},\newblock 482, 913 (1997).
\end{thebibliography}
\end{sectionbox}

would be better. The command \bibliography is for use along with
BibTeX.

Ciao
Enrico

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gregorio (1367)
2/24/2008 4:40:23 PM
hi Enrico
It works correctly now.
cheers,nakisa

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2/25/2008 3:01:10 AM

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