Due to limitations with cross referenced citations in reStructuredText (e.g., commas and spaces are not supported), citations are cross referenced using a 6 digit notation [*].

[ALA01]American Lifelines Alliance. (2001). Seismic Fragility Formulations for Water Systems, Part 1 and 2. Report for the American Lifelines Alliance, ASCE (Ed.) Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers. April 2001.
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[BaRR13]Barker, K., Ramirez-Marquez, J.E., and Rocco, C.M. (2013). Resilience-based network component importance measures. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 117, 89-97.
[CrLo02]Crowl, D.A., and Louvar, J.F. (2002). Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications, 3 edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 720p.
[ELLT12]Eto, J.H., LaCommare, K.H., Larsen, P.H., Todd, A., and Fisher, E. (2012). An Examination of Temporal Trends in Electricity Reliability Based on Reports from U.S. Electric Utilities. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Report Number 5268E. Berkeley, CA: Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 68p.
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[HaSS08]Hagberg, A.A., Schult, D.A., and Swart P.J. (2008). Exploring network structure, dynamics, and function using NetworkX. In Proceedings of the 7th Python in Science Conference (SciPy2008), August 19-24, Pasadena, CA, USA.
[Hunt07]Hunter, J.D. (2007). Matplotlib: A 2D graphics environment. Computing in Science and Engineering, 9(3), 90-95.
[ICC12]International Code Council. (2011). 2012 International Fire Code, Appendix B - Fire-Flow Requirements for Buildings. Country Club Hills, IL: International Code Council, ISBN: 978-1-60983-046-5.
[JCMG11]Joyner, D., Certik, O., Meurer, A., and Granger, B.E. (2011). Open source computer algebra systems, SymPy. ACM Communications in Computer Algebra, 45(4), 225-234.
[Mcki13]McKinney W. (2013). Python for Data Analysis: Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython. Sebastopal, CA: O’Reilly Media, 1 edition, 466p.
[NIAC09]National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC). (2009). Critical Infrastructure Resilience, Final Report and Recommendations, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington, D.C., Accessed September 20, 2014.
[OsKS02]Ostfeld, A., Kogan, D., and Shamir, U. (2002). Reliability simulation of water distribution systems - single and multiquality. Urban Water, 4(1), 53-61.
[Ross00]Rossman, L.A. (2000). EPANET 2 Users Manual. Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Technical Report, EPA/600/R–00/057, 200p.
[SOKZ12]Salomons, E., Ostfeld, A., Kapelan, Z., Zecchin, A., Marchi, A., and Simpson, A. (2012). The battle of the water networks II - Problem description. Water Distribution Systems Analysis Conference 2012, September 24-27, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Retrieved on May 23, 2017 from
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[Todi00]Todini, E. (2000). Looped water distribution networks design using a resilience index based heuristic approach. Urban Water, 2(2), 115-122.
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[WWQP06]Walk, D.J., Worden, B.C., Quitoriano, V., and Pankow, K.L. (2006). Shakemap manual, Technical manual, users guide, and software guide. United States Geologic Survey, Retrieved on April 25, 2017 from

Cross reference labels begins with 4 letters:

  • If the citation has one author, the first 4 letters of name are used
  • If the citation has two authors, the first 2 letters of author 1 and first 2 letters of author 2 are used
  • If the citation has three authors, the first 2 letters of author 1, first letter of author 2, and first letter of author 3 are used
  • If the citation has four authors, the first letter of each author is used
  • If the citation has more than four authors, the first letter of first four authors is used
  • Exceptions are made for American Lifelines Alliance (ALA) and United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)

The next two digits are the year (century ignored). If the 6 digits match another citation, a lower case letter (a, b, …) is added. Cross reference notation will be updated to a standard format when better options come available.