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Manufacturing Engineering Technology: Using IEEE Xplore

IEEE Xplore Tutorials – Table of Contents

IEEE Xplore Tutorials from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

How to Access IEEE Xplore

The best way to get to a specific database is to use the Databases by Title hyperlink.

Can I use IEEE Xplore Off-Campus?

Be sure to use the UA Libraries Catalog or Web site to use the proxy server. Go to a definition of a proxy server. opens new window

What Publications are Available in IEEE Xplore

You can always use the settings dropdown and select "What can I access" to find out what is available from IEEE Xplore. opens new window

IEEE Xplore contains full text of

  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) journals and conference proceedings, and
  • Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) journals and conference proceedings

to name a few. You can download full text of IEEE standards including

  • current and historical standards,
  • redline versions of the standards
    • describing the changes between the active standard and the previous edition,

but not draft standards.

There are packages that we cannot download full text through IEEE Xplore, but we might have full text download available elsewhere. Be sure to search the catalog and the e-journal hyperlink on the University Libraries Web page. opens new window Seek the volume and year that you want.

How to Use Advanced Search (video, 3.41 min.)

Learn how to use the advanced search function for more precision when searching for articles on your topic. The transcript can be found on the YouTube page for this video (includes transcript) opens new window

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How to Subject and Keyword Search (video, 3.33 min.)

Learn how to use subject and keyword searching to perform a more thorough search for articles on your topic. The transcript can be found on the YouTube page for this video (includes transcript) opens new window

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Structured Advanced Search Example

Seek information about very large scale integration and robotics by

  1. typing "very large scale integration" (including the quotation marks) in the search terms textbox in the first row,
  2. selecting OR from the combo box in the second row,
  3. typing VLSI in the search terms textbox in the second row, and
  4. typing robotic in the search terms textbox in the third row.
A configurable VLSI chip for DC motor control for compact, low-current robotic systems
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N. Ekekwe ; R. Etienne-Cummings ; P. Kazanzides
2006 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems
Year: 2006
IEEE Conferences
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A systematic method for configuring VLSI networks of spiking neurons
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Neftci, E; Chicca, E; Indiveri, G; Douglas, R
LS button Neural Computation
Year: 2011, Volume: 23, Issue: 10
Pages: 2457 - 2497
MIT Press Journals
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There is an icon (unlocked) that indicates that the article is included in our digital subscription. We can download A configurable VLSI chip for DC motor control for compact, low-current robotic systems. opens new window

We can't download "A Systematic Method for Configuring VLSI Networks of Spiking Neurons." This record has a locked icon and IEEE directs you to sign in and pay for the article; however, the article is available for download, just not from IEEE Xplore. We can check Full Text Finder for more information by selecting the button. The article can be downloaded from EBSCO. Even if we didn't have the article somewhere else, you could always use interlibrary loan. Don't buy the article!

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