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How to Cite Rappture in Academic Literature

When referencing Rappture in academic literature, you can cite the following. These are listed in order of relevance, so cite the top-most items first unless an item further down is a better match for your article.

Journal Articles

  • McLennan, M.; Kennell, R., "HUBzero: A Platform for Dissemination and Collaboration in Computational Science and Engineering," Computing in Science and Engineering, 12(2):48-52 (2010).
  • Klimeck, G.; McLennan, M.; Brophy, S.P.; Adams III, G.B.; and Lundstrom, M.S., " Advancing Education and Research in Nanotechnology," Computing in Science & Engineering, 10(5):17-23 (2008).
  • Olivares-Amaya, R.; Salomón-Ferrer, R.; Lester Jr., W.A.; Amador-Bedolla, C., "Creating a GUI for Zori, a Quantum Monte Carlo Program," Computing in Science & Engineering, 11(1):41-47 (2009).
  • Qiao, W.; McLennan, M.; Kennell, R.; Ebert, D.S.; and Klimeck, G., "Hub-based simulation and graphics hardware accelerated visualization for nanotechnology applications," IEEE Trans Vis Comput Graph., 12(5):1061-8 (2006).
  • Klimeck, G.; McLennan, M.; Mannino, M.; Korkusinski, M.; Heitzinger, C.; Kennell, R.; Clark, S., "NEMO 3-D and nanoHUB: Bridging Research and Education," Nanotechnology, 2006. IEEE-NANO 2006. Sixth IEEE Conference on, vol. 2, pp. 441-444, 17-20 June 2006.

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