[time-nuts] IEEE papers

Mark Kahrs mark.kahrs at gmail.com
Thu Jun 14 21:57:55 EDT 2007

Well, the MTT yearly CD-ROM has to be one  of the best deals running.
I believe it contains the IMS Proceedings as well.  I'll admit, if
you're a non-member, it's hard to get the papers unless you have ready
access to a university library,  Let me just say that all societies
that I know do exactly the same thing.

And I agree with Said: some (all?) of the IEEE PACE members have
forgotten their origins. But the benefits outweigh the stupidity of a
minority of the members.

With the scanning of many of the old journals, IEEE Explore has made
reference hunting a distinct pleasure (if I had a dollar for each hour
spent in front of a copying machine...)

On 6/14/07, Colin Bradley <colinbradley10 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have also experienced the frustration of trying to download IEEE papers.  I am a member of IEEE along with two of their affiliated societies and still get the same run-around. There are two techniques that I have found helpful. 1) Try searching for the paper, by name, and you can frequently find it on another site. 2) Develop a relationship with a librarian at a local College or University. I frequently find that they have access to these databases and can download and forward them to me by email.
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