citation

citation — An inline bibliographic reference to another published work.

Synopsis

citation ::=

Description

The content of a citation is assumed to be a reference string, perhaps identical to an abbreviation in an entry in a bibliography.

Processing expectations

Formatted inline.

Children

The following elements occur in citation: text, abbrev, accel, acronym, alt, anchor, annotation, application, author, biblioref, buildtarget, citation, citebiblioid, citerefentry, citetitle, classname, code, command, computeroutput, constant, coref, database, date, editor, email, emphasis (db._emphasis), emphasis (db.emphasis), enumidentifier, enumname, enumvalue, envar, errorcode, errorname, errortext, errortype, exceptionname, filename, firstterm (db._firstterm), firstterm (db.firstterm), footnote, footnoteref, foreignphrase (db._foreignphrase), foreignphrase (db.foreignphrase), function, glossterm (db._glossterm), glossterm (db.glossterm), guibutton, guiicon, guilabel, guimenu, guimenuitem, guisubmenu, hardware, indexterm (db.indexterm.endofrange), indexterm (db.indexterm.singular), indexterm (db.indexterm.startofrange), initializer, inlineequation, inlinemediaobject, interfacename, jobtitle, keycap, keycode, keycombo, keysym, link, literal, macroname, markup, menuchoice, methodname, modifier, mousebutton, namespace, namespacename, nonterminal, olink, ooclass, ooexception, oointerface, option, optional, org, orgname, package, parameter, person, personname, phrase (db._phrase), phrase (db.phrase), productname, productnumber, prompt, property, quote (db._quote), quote (db.quote), remark, replaceable, returnvalue, revnumber, shortcut, subscript, superscript, symbol, systemitem, tag, templatename, termdef, token, trademark, type, typedefname, unionname, uri, userinput, varname, wordasword, xref.

See Also

Related elements: citebiblioid, citerefentry, citetitle.

Examples

1<article xmlns='http://docbook.org/ns/docbook' version='5.0'>
<title>Example citation</title>
 
<para>Consult <citation>AhoSethiUllman96</citation> for more details on
5abstract syntax tree construction.
</para>
 
<para>…</para>
 
10<bibliolist>
<title>Bibliography</title>
 
<biblioentry>
  <abbrev>AhoSethiUllman96</abbrev>
15  <authorgroup>
    <author><personname>
      <firstname>Alfred V.</firstname><surname>Aho</surname>
    </personname></author>
    <author><personname>
20      <firstname>Ravi</firstname><surname>Sethi</surname>
    </personname></author>
    <author><personname>
      <firstname>Jeffrey D.</firstname><surname>Ullman</surname>
    </personname></author>
25  </authorgroup>
  <copyright><year>1996</year>
             <holder>Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.</holder></copyright>
  <editor>
    <personname>
30      <firstname>James T.</firstname><surname>DeWolf</surname>
    </personname>
  </editor>
  <biblioid class="isbn">0-201-10088-6</biblioid>
  <publisher>
35    <publishername>Addison-Wesley Publishing Company</publishername>
  </publisher>
  <citetitle>Compilers, Principles, Techniques, and Tools</citetitle>
</biblioentry>
</bibliolist>
40 
</article>

Consult AhoSethiUllman96 for more details on abstract syntax tree construction.

Bibliography

[AhoSethiUllman96] Copyright © 1996 Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc.. James T. DeWolf. 0-201-10088-6. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.