Wildcards used in IEEE Xplore: ? and *
Truncation: IEEE automatically looks up keyword plural forms, verb forms, and British/American spellings. Do ‘Exact Word’ or phrase searches to override this.
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Sort results using the drop-down menu at the top of the results list to change the order they are displayed including alphabetical order by publication title, newest or oldest first, or most cited.
Browse by journal, book, course, or conference
Simple keyword searching, including how to use AND, OR, NOT, and phrase marks
|Author searching||Find your favorite researcher by looking up their last name. Use the first name or initials to narrow results with a lot of matches. Use the author link in records to find other resources by that person.|
Personal accounts include these benefits:
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