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John Maynard Smith, ''The Origin of Altruism,'' 639 Nature 393 (1998).  [URL_of_Article_if_Available_Online  ''Web'']  [Alternate_URL_of_Article  ''AltWeb'']
 
John Maynard Smith, ''The Origin of Altruism,'' 639 Nature 393 (1998).  [URL_of_Article_if_Available_Online  ''Web'']  [Alternate_URL_of_Article  ''AltWeb'']
  
[URL.to.Bibliography_Detailed_Entry ''BibTeX'']  <- link to BibTeX should show only a single record in detailed format
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[URL.to.Google_Books_Entry ''Google Books''] <- these are all optional but include if available.
 
 
[URL.to.Google_Books_Entry ''Google Books''] <- these are all optional but include if available. Place links on same line as BibTeX entry link. (See [[Security Engineering]])
 
  
 
[URL.to.World_Cat_Entry ''World Cat'']
 
[URL.to.World_Cat_Entry ''World Cat'']
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==Categorization==
 
==Categorization==
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* Resource by Type: [[Journal Article]]
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* Threats and Actors: [[States]]
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* Issues: [[Cyberwar]]
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* Approaches: [[International Law (including Laws of War)]]
  
* Issues: [[Cyberwar]]; [[Incentives]]  <- put categories in alphabetical order separated by semicolons
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''If there is more than one category for heading, separate by comma.''
 
 
* Approaches: [[Deterrence]]
 
  
 
==Key Words==     
 
==Key Words==     
  
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Computer_Network_Attack | Computer Network Attack]],
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''If available, copy keywords from journal listing of related terms, separated by comma.''
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#COTS_Software | COTS Software]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Cyber_Warfare | Cyber Warfare]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Department_of_Homeland_Security | Department of Homeland Security]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#DDoS_Attack | Denial of Service Attacks]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Hacker | Hackers]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Intelligence_Infrastructure.2FInformation_Infrastructure | Intelligence Community]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Malware | Malicious Code (Malware)]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#National_Security | National Security]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Risk_Modeling | Risk Modeling]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Sponsored_Attacks | Sponsored Attacks]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#State_Affiliation | State Affiliation]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Worm | Worm]],
 
[[Keyword_Index_and_Glossary_of_Core_Ideas#Zero-Day_Exploit | Zero-Day Exploit]]
 
 
 
<- put keywords in alphabetical order separated by colons and makes sure the glossary entry has a link back to this wiki.  The links in the Keyword Index and Glossary page that link back here should jump to the top of this wiki page and not somewhere within. While it is convenient in glossary mode to click on a key word - go to the definition - then jump back, in keyword index mode the user will be jumping to a new reference s/he has not seen before and it would be confusing to jump so that all the user saw was the key words or synopsis but not the title. So please do this (edit page to see differences):
 
 
 
References (use edit mode for differences):
 
* [[TemplateForSources | Moore and Clayton]]
 
 
 
not this:
 
 
 
References:
 
* [[TemplateForSources#Key_Words | Moore and Clayton]]
 
  
or this:
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Computer Crimes -- Military Aspects, Regulations And Rules, War (International law) -- Laws
 
 
References:
 
* [[TemplateForSources#Synopsis | Moore and Clayton]]
 
 
 
in the Keyword Index and Glossary.
 
  
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
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==Additional Notes and Highlights==
 
==Additional Notes and Highlights==
  
Expertise required:  <field> - <Low/Moderate/High> (e.g. "Technology - High; Law - Low")
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''Outline key points of interest or other information that does not fit in one of the topics above including links to reviews, citations of the reference, online discussions, Table of Contents, sample chapters if the full reference is not available online.''
 
 
'' * Outline key points of interest or other information that does not fit in one of the topics above
 
 
 
Including links to reviews, citations of the reference, online discussions, Table of Contents, sample chapters if the full reference is not available online.
 

Revision as of 14:46, 6 August 2012

Full Title of Reference

The Origin of Altruism

Full Citation

Citation should be in Bluebook Style. For example, for an article in a journal:

John Maynard Smith, The Origin of Altruism, 639 Nature 393 (1998). [URL_of_Article_if_Available_Online Web] [Alternate_URL_of_Article AltWeb]

[URL.to.Google_Books_Entry Google Books] <- these are all optional but include if available.

[URL.to.World_Cat_Entry World Cat]

[URL.to.Amazon_or_Amazon_Scholars_Entry Amazon]

Categorization

If there is more than one category for heading, separate by comma.

Key Words

If available, copy keywords from journal listing of related terms, separated by comma.

Computer Crimes -- Military Aspects, Regulations And Rules, War (International law) -- Laws

Synopsis

The purpose of the synopsis is to give the reader not only the subject matter of the reference but also the authors' conclusions. The goal should be to include what would be included in an Executive Summary. You can copy relevant paragraphs (enclose in

to format), or summarize or reprint an provided executive summary.

Additional Notes and Highlights

Outline key points of interest or other information that does not fit in one of the topics above including links to reviews, citations of the reference, online discussions, Table of Contents, sample chapters if the full reference is not available online.