Dear Team, this was asked before but not answered. I want each of my numbered citations to have its own number, even if it is a repeated citation. Right now, if I repeat a citation later in the text it will be given the same number as the earlier citation but I want it to have its own number. So I have  …  …  …  … what I want is the last  to be a  and then use the short form in the bibliography. Even when I manually add page numbers, the book I am referencing stays at .
Please see this document for the requirements I am trying to follow: Elsevier Procedia Computer Science
They state not to use footnotes, and to use a “sequential numeric system”. Did I get something wrong?
I read it as in order of appearance, not repeating references a second time.
Thanks for you feedback. I now sent a mail to Elsevier asking for a clarification.
Repeating the  seems awkward to me as I have never seen this approach in publications, or never noticed. Is it usual for numbered reference styles? I mostly used the Chicago Style.
Very usual. reusing reference  later in the text, reuses the  in that context. I have never seen any style that would waste the space in a reference list to repeat the ref over and over again in the bibliography.
This is exactly what I need to do because it’s been requested by a client.
I need ot provide a fresh/uinique PDF copy for each individual citation, rather than each reference.
So if a reference is repeasted it needs its own citation and an extratced PDF.
Is this possible?