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  • IEEE Xplore

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    Contains all of IEEE´s and IEE´s (The Institution of Electrical Engineers) journals, conference reports and standards. A total of 1.000.000 documents available in full-text. Index and abstracts are retrieved from the INSPEC database. These organizations are considered to be the leading society of researchers in the field of electronics and computing, any where in the world.

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  • Ingenta Connect

    The database (which have merged with UnCover) contains references and abstracts to over 15 million articles to more than 28.000 journals.

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  • International Monetary Fund Publications

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  • Institut Nicod Electronic Archive

    Online research papers in philosophy, sociology and cognitive science of the Jean Nicod Institute's members.

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  • Internet movie database

    IMDb is one of the largest and most comprehensive filmdatabases on the internet. Provides information about movies, television programs, video games etc. from all over the world. Also includes information about actors, directors, film workers and movie companies.

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  • InCites: Journal Citation Reports (JCR)

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    If you want to assess a journal's impact JCR is probably the most prominent database. In addition to journal impact factor, you can see the citation frequency, size and publisher in more than 200 disciplines. All data are based on the contents of Science Citation Index from Thomson Reuters.

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  • ISO Standards catalogue

    There are three ways to find the standard you are looking for: -You can browse by ICS (International Classification for Standards). ICS is a way of classifying standards into fields such as electrical engineering or paper technology. -You can browse by TC (technical committees). ISO standards are developed by experts from TCs focusing on all kinds of different subjects from screw threads to shipping technology. By clicking on the TC you can see all the standards published by this group of experts. -You can search the standards catalogue using a key word or the number of the standard (all ISO standards are numbered) for example ‘quality management’ or ‘9001’ to find ISO 9001.

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