Bibliographies

Bibliographies make high demands upon the editing. References to monographs and articles in magazines or conference proceedings are comitted to certain conventions in respect to italicization and the use of quotemarks. Especially in volumes in which each author is responsible for the bibliography of his own article, the way of referring may vary significantly. A solid, consistent bibliography can best be composed by collecting and administering all the data in a database. We are experienced in developing databases for bibliographical information. By using relational databases, we can minimize doubling/duplication of entries: the risk of different references to the same source is thus prevented. An example of such a databse was implemented with the Analecta Husserliana project. Apart from the bibliography itself, we can also make the references in footnotes consistent with help from our ACE-system.