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Citation Styles: IEEE format

Examples of full citations for various source types

Website

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author. (year, month). Title. [Type of Medium]. [Date cited]. Available: site/path/file

Example:
[1] (2007, Mar.). Dr Jean Armstrong: Brief Biography [Online]. [cited Jan. 16, 2002]. Available: http://www.ecse.monash.edu.au/staff/jeana/aboutarmstrong.html

 

Book (print)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname, or name of organisation, Title of book followed by fullstop if no edition statement, or comma if there is an edition statement, ed., Edition (except the first). Place of publication City: Publisher, Year of Publication, page number/s.

Example:
[2] C. L. Al Qaabi, Power Electronics, 3rd. ed., London: McGraw-Hill, 2011, pp.5-9.

 

Book (electronic)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname. (date of publication year, month day). Title. (ed. edition except the first) [Type of medium]. [Date cited]. volume number if needed. (issue number if needed). Available: site/path/file

Example:
[3] A. K. Salkintzis. (2004). Mobile Internet: enabling technologies and services. [Online]. [cited Nov. 4, 2011]. Available: http://www.engnetbase.com/books/1253/1631_fm.pdf

 

Chapter in a book (print)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname, "Title of the chapter," in Title of the book, ed., Edition (except the first) vol., volume if available, Ed. editor if available, Place of publication: Publisher, Year of Publication, pp. Chapter/s or First and Last pages of the article.

Example:
[4] G. K. Knopf and A. S. Bassi, "Biological-based optical sensors and transducers," in Opto-mechatronic Systems Handbook: Techniques and        Applications, Hyungsuck Cho, Ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2003, pp. 195-210.

 

Journal/Newspaper article (print)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname, "Title of article," Title of journal, vol. volume, (issue number), pp. first and last pages of the article, Date of issue month if available year.

 

Example:
[5] K. P. Dabke and K. M. Thomas, "Expert system guidance for library users," Library Hi Tech, vol. 10, (1-2), pp. 53-60, 1992.

 

Journal/Newspaper article (electronic)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname. (year, month). Title of article. Title of Journal. [Type of medium]. volume number (issue number), pp. pages. [date cited]. Available: site/path/file

Example:
[6] J. S. Fulda. (2000, Mar.). The Internet as an engine of scholarship. ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society. [Online]. 30 (1), pp. 17-27. [cited Jan. 4, 2010]. Available: http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/572217.572222

 

Conference paper (print)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname, "Title of paper," in Title of the Conference, Editor/s firstname last name if available, Ed. Place of publication: Publisher if available, Date of publication, pp. first and last pages of the paper.

Example:
[7] A. H. Cookson and B. O. Pedersen, "Thermal measurements in a 1200kV compressed gas insulated transmission line," in Seventh IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition, 1979, pp. 163-167.

 

Conference paper (electronic)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname. (year, month). Title. Presented at Conference title. [Type of Medium]. [Date cited]. Available: site/path/file

Example:
[8] X. Yang. (2003, Aug.). NIRA: a new Internet routing architecture. Presented at ACM SIGCOMM FDNA 2003 Workshop. [Online]. [cited on 24 Oct., 2010]. Available: http://www.isi.edu/newarch/DOCUMENTS/yang.nira.pdf

 

Theses or dissertations (print)

Elements of the citation:

[Reference number]. Author(s) First name or initials. Surname, "Title of thesis," Type of thesis PhD dissertation or doctoral dissertation or master's thesis, Department, University, Place, State, Country, Year of Publication.

Example:
[9] S. Birch, "Dolphin-human interaction effects: frequency mediated psychophysiological responses in biological systems," doctoral dissertation, Dept. Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University, Victoria, Australia, 1997.