# Does the AMS (American Mathematical Society) citation style exist on the Repository?

Here it a little description of the style:

AMS Style refers to the citation format established by the American Mathematical Society. With AMS, the # sign in brackets represents the order that the citation is mentioned in the text of the paper. For example, [5] would indicate that this is the fifth citation found in the text.

Or do you just want a style that's _like_ AMS? In which case there are a large number of styles that follow the general pattern you describe.

Adam~ that is right, they just follow AMS rules for abbreviations. Elsevier (with titles) works best under those circumstances.

You have been very helpful

"After your article is accepted for publication in an AMS journal:

Send the electronic source files (.tex and .eps) for the final accepted version of the manuscript to the AMS using one of the submission options below."

edit: that's actually true for all AMS journals see https://www.ams.org/publications/authors/journals/produce-article/produce-article which emphasizes using LaTeX about a gazillion times.

In other words, CSL styles are of no help (you can still use Zotero as a frontend for the bib(la)tex of course).

If there's real demand, we can look at this, but (La)TeX is so universal in math that I'm really puzzled who'd want to bother with a CSL style.