This repository contains a BibTeX file for papers related to the field of testing database applications. It was created by Chris J. Wright, Phil McMinn, and Gregory M. Kapfhammer, the researchers who are a part of the SchemaAnalyst Project. You are free to use any of the entries in this file if you are interested in citing one of these research papers in your own LaTeX document.
You can type the following command if you want to clone this repository:
git clone https://github.com/schemaanalyst/schemaanalyst-bibliography.git
Now, you can type
cd schemaanalyst-bibliography and use the BibTeX file in
your own LaTeX project. Alternatively, a document that cites all of the entries
in this bibliography can be compiled on an Ubuntu 16.04 LTS workstation using
bibtex; you may also compile to a PDF file using a wide variety
of other tools, such as
latexmk. You can type the following commands to create
the summary document.
pdflatex schemaanalyst_bibliography.tex bibtex schemaanalyst_bibliography.aux pdflatex schemaanalyst_bibliography.tex pdflatex schemaanalyst_bibliography.tex
Alternatively, you can use the repository as a git submodule of another repository. To do this, type the following command:
git submodule add -b master https://github.com/schemaanalyst/schemaanalyst-bibliography.git bibtex
where the final parameter ("bibtex") is the name of the directory that you wish to install the repository. Following this, you will need to invoke the following commands:
git submodule init git submodule update
Of course, the submodule will need to be pulled periodically to receive any changes. This can be done by changing
directory to the submodule and issue the usual
git pull. (If Git has detached the submodule from its HEAD, it
may be reattached by issuing the command
git checkout master from the submodule's directory.
Another means of ensuring the submodule is updated when pulling from the main repository is to issue the following command, which will also update all submodules:
git pull --recurse-submodules
Problems or Praise?
If you find that some of the entries are incorrectly formatted and thus your LaTeX and BibTeX tools are not processing
them correctly, then please open a new issue and one of us will attempt to resolve your concerns. Please note that the
provided BibTeX file is not likely to compile correctly — due to issues with encoding in Unicode — if you
try to use
biber as your BibTeX file manager. Finally, if you find this repository useful, then we hope that you will