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This is a fairly basic question, but how does one cite Braket in BibTeX style? A similar question was asked for Cirq in How to cite cirq in a scientific article? but I am unable to find a similar page for Amazon's Braket language. They have a GitHub thing set up but I can't find anything like "here is the citation."

Any help would be very much appreciated! Thank you.

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  • $\begingroup$ I've upvoted because I think the question is interesting, but I wonder whether this would be more appropriate on Academia StackExchange, something like "How to cite a proprietary project/software?" $\endgroup$
    – Tristan Nemoz
    Apr 6, 2022 at 13:41
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    – glS
    Apr 20, 2022 at 18:10

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This paper was coauthored by members of the Braket team, with the BibTeX entry

@website{braket,
  author = {{Amazon Web Services}},
  title = {{Amazon Braket}},
  url = {https://aws.amazon.com/braket/},
  year=2020
}

so feel free to cite it like this.

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