IEEE style

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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) style is a widely accepted format for writing research papers, commonly used in technical fields, particularly in computer science.[1] IEEE style is based on the Chicago Style.[2] In IEEE style, citations are numbered, but citation numbers are included in the text in square brackets rather than as superscripts. All bibliographical information is exclusively included in the list of references at the end of the document, next to the respective citation number.


  1. ^ Lipson, Charles (2011). Cite right : A quick guide to citation styles; MLA, APA, Chicago, the sciences, professions, and more (2nd ed.). Chicago [u.a.]: University of Chicago Press. p. 187. ISBN 9780226484648.
  2. ^ IEEE Citation Reference

External links

  • Article Preparation and Submission – IEEE author resources
  • IEEE Template – Templates for Transactions: Template and Instructions on How to Create Your Paper (DOC, 506 KB)
  • IEEE Editorial Style Manual – Editing guidelines for Transactions, Journals, and Letters (PDF, 437 KB)
  • IEEE Standards Style Manual – Style and structure for IEEE standards (PDF, 904 KB)
  • IEEE Citation Reference – official (PDF, 440KB)
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