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Author Topic: InBook misses Book Title
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Post InBook misses Book Title
on: May 5, 2017, 10:58

The reference produced in my Word document by docear is missing the book title. Here is the reference I see:

Lorenz, E., and D. Heinemann. 2012. Comprehensive Renewable Energy. Pages 239–292 in A. Sayigh, editor. Elsevier, Oxford.

And here is the BibTex entry it was produced from:

chapter = {1.13 - Prediction of Solar Irradiance and Photovoltaic Power},
pages = {239 - 292},
title = {Comprehensive Renewable Energy},
publisher = {Elsevier},
year = {2012},
author = {E. Lorenz and D. Heinemann},
editor = {Sayigh, Ali},
address = {Oxford},
isbn = {978-0-08-087873-7},
abstract = {Abstract Power generation from solar and wind energy systems is highly variable due to its dependence on meteorological conditions. An efficient use of these fluctuating energy sources requires reliable forecast information for management and operation strategies. We give an overview of different applications and state-of-the-art models for solar irradiance and photovoltaic power prediction, including time series models based on on-site measured data, models based on the detection of cloud motion in satellite images, and numerical weather prediction-based models. In the second part of this chapter, we show evaluation results for selected irradiance and power prediction schemes. },
doi = {},
keywords = {Accuracy assessment, Confidence intervals, Grid integration of \{PV\} power, Irradiance from satellite data, Irradiance prediction, Motion vector fields, Numerical weather prediction, PV power prediction, PV simulation, Tilted irradiance models, Time series models },
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