The citation system used in IATED publications is based on the Vancouver system, which uses sequential numbers in the text to refer to the bibliographic references at the end of the paper. In particular, the citation numbers are included in the text in square brackets and numbers them consecutively, with numbers repeated throughout the text as needed. This citation style is widely used in sciences and engineering.
If you are using a commercial software to manage your references, you may directly use the following reference styles to get the same reference results on your paper.
Example of a Journal/Conference Article Reference:
A.A. Author, "Article title," Periodical Title, vol. Volume, no. Issue, pp.-pp., Publication Year.
Example of a Book Reference:
A.A. Author, Title of work. City/State: Publisher, Year of Publication.
Example of a Book Chapter Reference:
A.A. Author, "Chapter Title" in Title of work (Editors eds.), pp.-pp., City/State: Publisher, Year of Publication.
Example of a Journal Article found online:
Same format adding at the end doi:XX.XXXXX or Retrieved from journal URL
Example of an e-Book Reference:
Same format adding at the end [E-Reader Version]. Retrieved from http://xxxx or doi:xxxx