The Notes-Bibliography system in CMS style paper writing is quite popular in the sphere of humanitarian publications, literature and art. It provides regulations in regard to the notes system. It is characterized by the usage of endnotes and footnotes each time when the source is referenced, in case there is a direct quote, a paraphrased sentence or a conclusion. In this style, the citation has to be referenced within the text by means of superscript number referencing the complete data in the bibliographical section listed whether in the bottom of the page or at the end of the chapter.
Specifications about bibliography in CMS style paper are the following: it has to be allocated in the alphabetically ordered list of information sources in the end of the manuscript. From time to time it may include some other sources, which can be read later and were not mentioned in the paper. Depending on the primary format of the source in CMS style paper, which may be an article, book, internet page, the formatting of the source may vary significantly. In addition, NB style gives punctuation rules for writing the author's name, title of the work, publication title, and the date.