This page provides examples of properly formatted references to the most common sources of information.
Lists of references are based on the requirements of GOST 7.1-2003 and GOST R 7.0.5-2008
In our Journal, different description areas are separated by the dash in lists of references both in Cyrillic and Roman alphabets.
The description should include all data necessary for reliable identification of the source.
Please be careful to avoid some of the most common mistakes found in lists of references:
- wrong order of description areas,
- wrong order of initials and last names of authors,
- failure to include pages.