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IEEE Electronic library, full text access to IEEE content since 1988 with selected content published since 1872 from:
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Wiley eBooks library
The online subscription includes full text access to all IEEE Wiley eBooks titles copyrighted in the years 1974-2014. All books and book chapter are also available, and will be presented through the main IEEE Xplore digital library search engine.
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Just like with ScienceDirect, Springer, Web Of Science, IEEE offers the option to create your own account. This account allows you to save your searches and get alerts on the latest results of your search strategies and queries. It is also possible to receive email alerts with notifications of the latest articles that have been published on your field of research or that are the new results of your saved search strategy.
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The use of electronic journals and databases is subject to the following agreements between ITC and publishers:
- The use is limited to staff and students of the ITC and visitors to the ITC Library.
- Only personal use for study, research and education is allowed; commercial use is strictly prohibited.
- Downloading is restricted to reasonable amounts for your personal use.
- Downloaded materials cannot be distributed to third parties.
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