Hi,
1) First of all, I want to say that
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must be:
\setuppublicationlayout[incollection]{%
\insertartauthors{}{}{\insertthekey{}{, }{}}%
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with \unskip before number (in
/usr/share/texmf/context/bib/bibl-ams.tex) . Else a white space between
coma and precedent text is putting. I used ConTeXt ver 2007.09.28 MKII
but I think this error is in more actual versions.
2) For the other hand, if we want to that publisher is inserted, we have
to put uncomment lines in publisher:
\insertpublisher{}{, }{}%
With this change, context puts me the year of publication. Mysteriously
with the original, ConTeXt puts me the publisher (is this correct Taco???).
For example, in @incollection{millerIIIa2,
author = "Charles F. {{Miller III}}",
title = "Decision problems for groups: survey and reflections",
booktitle = "Algorithms and Classification in Combinatorial Group Theory",
year = "1992",
publisher = "Springer-Verlag",
address = "Berlin",
editor = "Gilbert Baumslag and Charles F. {{Miller III}}",
pages = "1-59",
series = "MSRI Publications",
volume = 23
}
I get (in the past)
C.F M;iller III, Decision problems for groups: survey and reflections,
in {\em Algorithms and Classification in Combinatorial Group Theory},
edited by G. Baumslag and C. F. Miller III, number 23 in MSRI
Publications (Springer-Verlag, Berlin), p. 1-59.
Now I get,
C.F M;iller III, Decision problems for groups: survey and reflections,
in {\em Algorithms and Classification in Combinatorial Group Theory},
edited by G. Baumslag and C. F. Miller III, number 23 in MSRI
Publications (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1992), p. 1-59.
For the other hand, in @article, for example in
@article{stillwell,
title = "The Word Problem and the isomorphism problem for groups",
author = "John Stillwell",
journal = "Bulletin (New Series) of the American Mathematical Society",
volume = 6,
number = 1,
year = 1982,
month = "Jan"
}
I think it could be a dot after number, but I can't put manually: if we
have pages after, we have dot and comma. Actually, I think we need if
clause, but I don't know how get it. Taco, you surely do it better ;-).
Always the bib entries should be final dot (isn't?).
3) For the other hand, I think we need a dot between pages and note in
@article. For example in
@article{novikov,
author = "P. S. Novikov",
title = "On the algorithmic unsolvability of the word problem in group
theory",
journal = "Proceedings of Steklov Mathematical Institute",
year = "1955",
volume = "44",
pages = "1-145",
note = "TraducciÃ³ anglesa a l'American Mathematical Society
Translations (2) 9 (1958), 1-122"
}
we don't have ". TraducciÃ³ ...." See the dot.
4) Finally, @inbook, I have dot between title and address and year. For
example in
@book{grillet,
author = "Pierre Antoine Grillet",
title = "Abstract Algebra",
edition = "second",
year = "2007",
publishers = "Springer",
series = "Graduate Texts in Mathematics",
address = "New York"
}
I get
P. A. Grillet, {\em Abstract Algebra}. (New York, 2007), second ed.
and it should be:
P. A. Grillet, {\em Abstract Algebra} (New York, 2007), second ed.
Well I hope you note this. Not of all,
Xan.