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If you have found a SAT article useful in your research, we encourage you to acknowledge that fact by referencing it in your publication. Each SAT article is uniquely identified by its publication date, e.g. SAT 1 (2005), 1-45, just like any journal article. However, as SAT is solely web based, its web address is a crucial part of the citation. We recommend citing a SAT article such as in the following example:

Pinkus, A., Density in Approximation Theory, Surveys in Approximation Theory, 1 (2005), 1-45. [Online article at]