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Computing, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in IEEE Xplore

Anyone working in the field of advanced computing in the sciences, data visualization, computer analysis, 3D modeling or simulations, computational algorithms based on physics, artificial intelligence, robotics or image processing will find valuable content in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and other partners, the IEEE has become the source for articles on scientific computing. Despite its name, IEEE isn’t just electrical engineering anymore.

According to their website, IEEE Xplore provides access to more than 5 million documents from publications in computer science, electrical engineering, electronics and allied fields. Its documents and other materials comprise more than 300 peer-reviewed journals, more than 1,900 global conferences, more than 11,000 technical standards, almost 5,000 ebooks, and over 500 online courses. Approximately 20,000 new documents are added each month.



IEEE content may be accessed through the TMC Library’s website using the IEEE link, which is also located in our Database A-Z list.

Access to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library is provided to the TMC Library through consortial arrangement with the University of Texas System Digital Library.