Is there any specific format hub pages prefers for technical citation of an article?
You are free to do whatever you like.
Some will advise you not to put in an active link for your citation, even if the source document is available online. The reason for this way of thinking is that providing a link will encourage people to leave the hub, thus decreasing the time spent on the hub or chance they will click on an ad.
There is therefore a conflict between providing the best possible information for the user versus the best possible chance to earn. You need to decide on your personal stand on that issue.
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