2011-02-02 10:46:04 UTC
Dear group members,
I've been looking to find an answer to this question around the web,
read a lot of documentation on Bibtex, but I can't seem to find an
I have a set of references that contain authors with compound
surnames. Let's assume:
0. M. Meijers
1. J. van Oostrum
2. M. von Braunsteigen
3. B. Baan
I'd like to have a sorting as follows:
0. Baan, B.
1. von Braunsteigen, M.
2. Meijers, M.
3. van Oostrum, J.
A. Is it possible to let BibteX perform the sorting on surname only as
proposed (thus Oostrum ending up in the reference list under O, and
Braunsteigen ending up under B)? Is there a standard .bst option for
B. What's the common way of sorting these type of compound surname
citations? If I'm correct, I think in Dutch I would do it as proposed
under A (so "von" part does not take part in sorting phase, only in
case of equal, then put later in list, but still under the first
letter of the 'real' surname), but how is this in the English