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The bibliographic code used in the ACRES system and in many parts of the present structure. These codes are used in a database as carriers of information about webpage(s) where the article can be found, article interaction pages, links to database entries for the authors (in turn containing links to their web pages), etc.

In a code such as c-fcs-98-42, c stands for conferences, fcs stands for Formalization of CommonSense reasoning, 98 stands for 1998 (but it's 1998 internally, no millenium problems!), and 42 stands for the the page number for the first page of the article in the workshop proceedings. (Though revised papers may have a different number of pages compared to the originals, we plan to keep these codes fixed anyway).