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The following examples use various citation styles for referring to electronic content:

Books:

Shlegel W, Mahr A.3D conformal radiation therapy: multimedia introduction to methods and techniques [CD-ROM]. New York (NY): Springer Verlag; c2002. 1 CD-ROM. System Requirements: Pentium 200 or faster; 32 MB RAM, Windows 98/2000/Me/NT, operating system that supports the Joilet CD-ROM file system (long file names), screen resolution of 1024 x 768 (1280 x 1024 recommended), HTML browser that supports frames and Java script (recommended for Wiindows: IE 5 or higher; MPEG-1 player (recommended for Windows: Microsoft Media Player 6.4 or higher), 8x CD-ROM drive.

Journals:

Lam YWF, Sheperds AMM. Perspectives in rational management: clinical psychology I. Cyberlog (Release 1.1) [disk]. 1989;(12):[2disks]. 2 computer disks. System Requirements: IBM PC, 192k RAM, DOS 2.0 or higher, color graphics adapter, composite or RGB Monitor.

 

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