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Citing and referencing: Reports

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Reports

 

 

Reports page contents:

Reports (print)
   Report from an educational institution
   Report from a research laboratory
Online report with a URL
   Report from a research institution
   Report from USA where the Country is omitted

 
Check that you are using the standard abbreviations for reports

 

Technical report    

"The general form for citing technical reports is to place the name and location of the company or institution after the author and title and to give the report number and date at the end of the reference." from IEEE Citation Reference

 

 Reports (print)

Citation Elements

Author(s) First name or initials. Surname, “Title of report,” Abbrev. Name of Co. or Inst.,  City of Co., Abbrev. State, Rep. number, Year of Publication.

Examples

Report from an educational institution

 
[1] P. Cunningham and B. Smyth, “A comparison of model-based and incremental case-based approaches to electronic fault diagnosis,” Dept. Comput. Sci., Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, Tech. Rep. TCDCS-94-21, 1994.
Report from a research laboratory
[2] T. Kasami, “An efficient recognition and syntax analysis algorithm for context-free languages,” Air Force Cambridge Res. Lab., Bedford, MA, Sci. Rep. AFCRL-65-558, 1965.

 

 

 

 Online report with a URL

Citation Elements

Author(s) First name or initials. Surname, “Title of report,” Abbrev. Name of Co. or Inst.,  City of Co., Abbrev. State, Rep. number, Year of Publication

Example

Report from a research institution

 

 
[3] M. R. Raupach, P. R. Briggs, E. A. King, M. J. Paget, and C. M. Trudinger, “Australian water availability project (AWAP): CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Component: Final Report for Phase 3" CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, CAWCR Tech. Rep. 13, Canberra, Australia, 2009, p. 38. Available: http://www.csiro.au/awap/doc/CTR_013_online_FINAL.pdf

 

Report from USA where the Country is omitted 

[4] C.L. Palmer, L. C. Teffeau,  and C. M. Pirmann, “Scholarly information practices in the online environment: Themes from the literature and implications for library service development" OCLC Research, Dublin, Ohio, 2009,  Available:www.oclc.org/programs/publications/reports/2009-02.pdf

 

Country not required for this report, as the convention requires only city and state but not country if from USA.