This is an overview of references and literature that are available on this platform. If you are logged in you can add new references to the database using a BibTeX file or manually. Every entry has a unique id that can be referenced in the OEDB, in order to make your dataset more transparent in case of many references. The id number is displayed in gray starting with a hash and the id number (e.g #1).

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