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IEEE Announces Plans for Upcoming IEEE Xplore Release

From an e-mail received this afternoon: In the coming weeks, IEEE will release IEEE Xplore 1.7, which will feature the following enhancements for institutional subscribers and IEEE Members:

  • Reference sections for IEEE Computer Society magazine and journal articles published since 1995 to the present will be incorporated into IEEE Xplore and will be accessible from Abstract Plus records.
  • IEEE will also deploy the first phase of a full-text search prototype. Accessible from a special link on the IEEE Xplore Search pages, users will have the option to test the new full-text search capabilities, or continue to use the "traditional search" of abstract records. At launch, approximately ten percent of the documents in the entire IEEE Xplore database will be full-text searchable. As more full-text content is indexed, the dataset of full-text searchable content will grow considerably throughout the year.
For questions about this release, please contact IEEE Online Support.

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