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Enter your search terms in the search bar. You can use an asterisk (*), the wildcard or truncation symbol that stands for zero, one or more alphanumeric characters or een question mark (?) that stands for 1 character.
For example: electro* will also find: electron, electrons, electronic, electronics, electromagnetic, electromechanical and electrostatic.
You can search with the Boolean operators: AND, OR, NOT, NEAR and ONEAR.
A search for computer science java technology will first show results in which all four terms occur.
It's also possible to use Field Searching. There are 26 fields available with the following syntax between quotation marks:
In All you can search for keywords, phrases, etc. If you want an exact term, place it between quotation marks.
When searching for the terms computer science java technology, the boolean operator AND will be placed default between the terms.
Select Books and search for the terms: java technology. In the overview of results you can see the number of books that have been found, but also results in the other sections. A means that the book is not fulltext available online.
Search in the section Conferences for Java technology and you get the next results. A means the article is online fulltext available.
Click Courses to search for the course Java technology. The results show 20 records. None of the courses are free available. Click on a course to pay and get access.
In the section Journals & Magazines search for the title "IEEE Software". The quotation marks ensure that you only find the articles from this journal:
Searching a standard for Java results in 8 hits:
Fill in the first name and surname in Authors and click on . It is not possible to search for M*, where * stands for zero, one or more characters (truncation or wildcard). There must be at least three characters: e.g. Mar* or M*rk. The full first name Marko gives the best results.
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1. Click on this botton for more information about the article, authors, references, etc.
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3. Export: Export the search results as a .CSV document, or the citations to eg EndNote, or to Collabratec (online program of IEEE to collect references and become a member of a community.Set a free account)
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