IEEE Repository has various types of documents including transactions, magazines, conferences and journals. What is the difference between the above four?


IEEE Transactions and Journals publish essentially the same thing: peer-reviewed papers, some shorter (e.g., briefs), some longer.

IEEE Magazine articles are most often written at a less technical level than Transaction and Journal papers (though, there are exceptions).

Conference papers are those presented at various IEEE-sponsored conference venues, and published as part of the conference proceedings.

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