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Communications and information engineering, electronics and Information Processing Science subject guide: Conference proceedings
Full-text access to 121 IEEE transactions, journals, magazines and over 400 conference proceedings published since 1988 plus select content back to 1950, and all current 900 IEEE standards. IEEE quick guide | Rights to Use
The IEEE/IEE Electronic Library provides a single source to almost a third of the world's current electrical engineering and computer science literature, granting unparalleled access to publications from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE). Available online through the IEEE XploreTM interface.
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In some fields such as computer science and electric engineering, peer-reviewed conferences are important channels for the fast dissemination of research results since the publication process in this type of venue is normally shorter than for journals. However, with a recent profusion of conferences and rapidly expanding fields, it is increasingly challenging to assess the quality of conferences.