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IEEE Xplore Mobile Comes Out of Beta With New Features

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has announced the launch of IEEE Xplore Mobile. The new mobile version of IEEE Xplore incorporates enhancements based on user feedback collected from a beta test that began last June. IEEE Xplore Mobile gives users the ability to conveniently perform searches of more than 2 million technical documents with any mobile device connected to the internet.

The following IEEE Xplore Mobile features represent upgrades from the initial beta version. Users can now conduct a basic search from the IEEE Xplore Mobile homepage and then refine it by searching within the results or by using subject filters. A predictive type-ahead feature, which suggests searches as you type, is available for mobile devices that are JavaScript-enabled. All results you would find on the classic IEEE Xplore for abstracts and citations are displayed 10 at a time by relevancy. Users can then decide to read or email the abstracts to a remote computer.

Users with the proper subscription can view the full text of an article by emailing the link to any email address and then viewing the article directly from the main IEEE Xplore website when they are on their personal computers. Nonsubscribers can purchase the articles or subscribe to the IEEE Xplore digital library.

Some users at subscribing institutions will be able to access full-text PDFs using a Wi-Fi-enabled mobile device. Sign in to the Wi-Fi at any institution with an active IP-authenticated subscription and receive full-text access, based on the subscription terms.

Source: IEEE



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