List of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Publications

List Of Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Publications

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers publications constitute around 30% of the world literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and computer science fields, publishing well over 100 peer-reviewed journals. The content in these journals as well as the content from several hundred annual conferences are available in the IEEE's online digital library. The IEEE also publishes more than 750 conference proceedings every year. In addition, the IEEE Standards Association maintains over 1,300 standards in engineering.

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