The former uses sequential number of a reference in the document Each indication has particular advantages and drawbacks.
For example, numeric is more compact (i.e., require less space in a text line), and a group of references can be "compressed" into a range in the case they have sequential numbering (i.e., [1,2,3,5] will be shown as [1–3,5]).
You have to cghange it in the preferences of your editor.
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Now, if you want to return to the main text and continue reading, you may find it difficult to do using back reference when the reference was cited on several pages (back reference will contain several page numbers and you have to bear in mind the original page number you came to the bibliography), and a good solution here is to use " style — as a result, each citation has i) its number typeset as superscript, and ii) short and extended reference information located at the bottom of the page ("footnote text") and in the bibliography, respectively: behavior for the reference footnote text in a typical situation when a citation appears several times in the document: footnote text for the particular citation is printed only once per document chapter ( to be quite acceptable.
However, one of my colleagues was confused by such a rule for printing the footnote text (i.e., he did not get the logic behind the rule until I have explained it).
Compared to the plain Bib Te X, was specified to transform various citation elements (like citation number, page number where citation appears, hyperlink to the web page where cited document can be found, etc.) into clickable hyperlinks.
This option requires viewer will change view to the record of this reference in the bibliography.
If you don't want a particular bit, just put \documentclass[11pt,final] \title \author \date \begin \maketitle \tableofcontents \chapter In our previous work\cite we showed how to compute the electronic properties of transition metal surfaces.
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