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This paper considers the modern referencemanagement software as one of the instruments for the automation of scientific activity. Its description, architecture, and basic principles are presented. The key functions that are performed by the referencemanagement software are uncovered. The most popular of these software systems are briefly reviewed.

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Original Russian Text © N.L. Karavaev, 2016, published in Nauchno-Tekhnicheskaya Informatsiya, Seriya 1: Organizatsiya i Metodika Informatsionnoi Raboty, 2016, No. 9, pp. 11–15.

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Karavaev, N.L. Referencemanagement software. Sci. Tech.Inf. Proc. 43, 184–188 (2016). https://doi.org/10.3103/S0147688216030114

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