Usually, we call a person FIRST NAME + LAST NAME in western country.
For instance, my name is Inkyu Sa.
The order is opposite in a way of most asian countries such as South Korea or China.
When you need to write up paper, might cite other many references.
Then you must clearly presents authors name on the Reference section.
Most conference papers are written in “LASTNAME, The first character of the first name”
For example, my name can be put in reference section “Sa, I.”.
If there are more than 2 authors, the reference might be this.
“Sa, I. and Park, H.”
If there are more than 3 authors, the reference might be this.
“Sa, I., Park, H., and Sa, Y.”
It is confusing that if there are two people who have the same character of their first name.
For instance, my sons name are Sa Yohan and Sa Yosep. Their name is put on the reference section as exactly same.
How can we distinguish this?