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Facts, scope, style: a guide to writing papers for IEEE transactions on consumer electronics

Sherratt, S. (2014) Facts, scope, style: a guide to writing papers for IEEE transactions on consumer electronics. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 3 (3). pp. 49-52. ISSN 2162-2248

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1109/MCE.2014.2317889

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In a previous article, I wrote a brief piece on how to enhance papers that have been published at one of the IEEE Consumer Electronics (CE) Society conferences to create papers that can be considered for publishing in IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics (T-CE) [1]. Basically, it included some hints and tips to enhance a conference paper into what is required for a full archival journal paper and not fall foul of self-plagiarism. This article focuses on writing original papers specifically for T-CE. After three years as the journal’s editor-in-chief (EiC), a previous eight years on the editorial board, and having reviewed some 4,000 T-CE papers, I decided to write this article to archive and detail for prospective authors what I have learned over this time. Of course, there are numerous articles on writing good papers—some are really useful [2], but they do not address the specific issues of writing for a journal whose topic (scope) is not widely understood or, indeed, is often misunderstood.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:39290
Publisher:IEEE

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