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The first time a source is cited, give the complete information as in the above example.
For subsequent reference to the same source, but later in the paper, use an abbreviated version of the reference, using the author's last name, a shortened version of the title, and the page number.
If no date is found, use the date you accessed the Web site: Note: 2. Denny Whitford, "Cross-curricular Initiatives in NCSI 170" in University of Maryland University College Online Classroom, "Cross-curricular Initiatives in NCSI 170." In University of Maryland University College Online Classroom.
"Continuous Inverse Optimal Control with Locally Optimal Examples." Paper presented at the 29th Intternational Conference on Machine Learning, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2012.
Some example citations of Chicago Style can be found in the tabs above for various resources.
There are also several online resources that outline the formatting and citation structure used in Chicago Style.
The integrity of a write-up is more often than not measured by the existence of sources of information that should be cited accordingly.
Among the various formatting styles, there is the Chicago style of referencing.
Amanat Hussain, (New York: World Almanac Education Group, 2006), 229-31, direct=true&db=f5h&AN=28821189&login.asp&site=ehost-live&scope=site.
direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=503029&site=eds-live&scope=site&profile=edsebook Ebook without a DOI or stable or permanent link, use the database name: Note: 1.