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I am writing an essay on video games and naturally I am referencing a number of them as examples. Since we are in Computer Science, we use the IEEE reference style and there is a section that specifically shows how should a computer game be referenced:

[4] The Hobbit: The prelude to the Lord of the Rings. [CD-ROM]. United Kingdom: Vivendi Universal Games, 2003.

So what type of entity do I use in Bibtex and which fields do I set?

Note: I am using the IEEEtr bibliography style in latex.

Thank you!

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Try this

@MISC{hobbit,
   author = "Veivendi Universal Games",
   title = "The Hobbit: The Prelude to the Lord of the Rings",
   howpublished = "[CD-ROM]",
   year = 2003,
}

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why don't you just use a book or misc type? Books also have titles and publishers. Just play a little with the different fields until the result suits you. The original Bibtex type can not be seen in the output file.

Regards Nick

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