What is Ieee: Definition and 29 Discussions

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional association for electronic engineering and electrical engineering (and associated disciplines) with its corporate office in New York City and its operations center in Piscataway, New Jersey. It was formed in 1963 from the amalgamation of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers.Due to its expansion of scope into so many related fields, it is simply referred to by the letters I-E-E-E (pronounced I-triple-E), except on legal business documents. As of 2018, it is the world's largest association of technical professionals with more than 423,000 members in over 160 countries around the world. Its objectives are the educational and technical advancement of electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunications, computer engineering and similar disciplines.

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  1. Aceix

    MATLAB IEEE 13 bus MATLAB/python model

    Hi guys, I'm investigating balancing voltages on a network by injecting or absorbing reactive power with distributed generation. Is there a base python or MATLAB code model I can leverage? Thanks
  2. mesa

    Having a difficult time with binary IEEE .dat file

    I have been attempting to open up files on NASA’s GRS and neutron data, http://pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/messenger/grs_edr.html but have been running into some roadblocks. The data is all stored in .dat IEEE binary format (which IEEE format they do not specify in their documentation...
  3. J

    IEEE Floating Divison: Is Result Guaranteed?

    Hi, First of all, if this is wrong forum, I apologize; please direct me to the correct one. I have 4 * 8-byte integers, representing 2 rational numbers (i.e. 2 pairs of a nominator & a denominator). The 2 rational numbers have the same mathematical value, but different nominator & denominator...
  4. Manoj Sahu

    Other How to write an IEEE level research paper?

    So I want to write a research paper and publish it before I complete my engineering degree this year. I have selected the topic which is "Analysis of the voltage regulation of Self excited induction generator using STATCOM". I have collected all the resources required and am also doing research...
  5. Manoj Sahu

    New Electrical Engineering Student Seeks Guidance on Writing Research Paper

    Hi. I am an electrical engineering student in my final year. I want to write a research or review paper this year before completing my degree. I haven't written any paper before. I don't know where to start. Will someone please guide me? In addition to that I haven't selected any topics so I...
  6. S

    How useful is the IEEE green book?

    I am working at a new plant with a Delta high resistance ground system. I am looking for general grounding guidelines for this system.
  7. S

    How Does IEEE Single Precision Format Store 7 Decimal Digits?

    Could someone please show me some examples how IEEE single precision format can used to store approximately 7 decimal digits of a number when the number is written in decimal format? How this is related to the statement ##2^{-23}=1.19\times10^{-7}##?
  8. 22990atinesh

    What Magazines should a Computer Science Student read

    What Magazines or Journals a Computer Science student must read, In order to be in touch with recent research work in Computer Industry. Should I get a subscription of IEEE Xplore Digital Library or some other website like it.
  9. STEMucator

    IEEE Floating Point, 64 Bit: How are Exponents Translated into Ranges?

    Homework Statement This is not a homework problem, but rather a concern I had while reading. Not sure where I should've put this thread. Homework Equations The Attempt at a Solution I was reading about how integers/floating point numbers were stored in a computer. For an n-bit word, the...
  10. gfd43tg

    Understanding IEEE Representation for Single Precision

    Hello, For the IEEE representation of a number, I wanted to ask something for clarification. For single precision, you have 3 parts: S, Exponent, and Fraction. The S takes 1 bit (1 slot) Exponent is 8 bits (8 slots) Fraction is 23 bits (23 slots). I was watching a video and it helped me...
  11. A

    Need IEEE Security related paper of 2012 - 2014

    Dear friends, I am looking for an IEEE paper on Cyber Scurity(Computer Science) which range from come on any year from 2012 to 2014 . Please help me with a good paper URL . Waiting your fast reply. Thanks Anes
  12. S

    IEEE 754 - Little questions here and there for a problem that has sols

    Homework Statement The problem and its solution are attached as "IEEE754_ProblemAndSolution.jpg". Homework Equations The 32-bit/single-precision IEEE 754 procedure. The Attempt at a Solution 1) What is the reasoning behind the log|-8.573 × 10^13| / log(2) computation? 2) When...
  13. S

    Converting 2000.90210 to IEEE 754 Hexadecimal

    Homework Statement Convert the decimal number 2000.90210 to a single-precision IEEE 754 hexadecimal. Homework Equations (exponent field)_10 - 127_10 = exponent_10 The first bit is the sign bit. The 2nd to 9th bits are the exponent bits. The 10th to 32nd bits are the fraction field bits...
  14. K

    Associations like acm, ieee, and shpe

    I am currently a computer engineer student and I am looking into associations like acm, ieee, and shpe. Which one will help best for my future career and is it worth subscribing to one. Thank you in advance
  15. D

    Calculating Earthing Rod/Plate Electrodes: IS3043 & IEEE 80

    how to decide the number of earthing rod or plate electrodes.. What the distance btwen two rod to be maintained in prepairng layout As per IS3043 and IEEE 80..
  16. B

    Converting binary numbers to floating point format using single-precision IEEE 754

    Homework Statement The problem is how to begin converting 111011.0101 into floating point. I actually did begin looking at the first digit number "1" and identify that it is a negative since is one and zero is positive. Then I try working 111011.0101 separately by splitting 111011 for now and...
  17. M

    IEEE: 25 Microchips that Shook the World

    Found via a Slashdot posting, an article in IEEE Spectrum, 25 Microchips that Shook the World: http://spectrum.ieee.org/print/8747 I thought the 7400 (or the whole 74xx series) deserved to be on there, but it did make the Runners-Up list: http://spectrum.ieee.org/may09/8814/ Other...
  18. S

    IEEE Project Format: What is the Standard?

    I have to submit a project report on a pattern recognition project I am working on this semester. The professor wants me to submit the same in some IEEE format. Is there an IEEE standardized format for project reports? If yes can someone post links explaining the same format? Regards...
  19. A

    Career-wise, does it help to join IEEE?

    Is it worth it to join IEEE? I've been active with the IEEE student chapter and have been a national student member. But, are there any direct benefits of it? (Aside from getting the magazines, and I don't read the papers on there much).
  20. Q

    Questions to ask about the IEEE

    Hello..i have 2 questions to ask about the IEEE,so if someone czn help me,please tell me so i can PM him the questions 10x
  21. E

    Referencing same book more than once (different pages) IEEE

    Homework Statement How should I cite different pages of a single book in a report? If I reference say page 29 of book x in a report, but later on in that same report I reference page 33 from book x, how should I list this in my references section? If page 29 of book x is reference 1...
  22. H

    LaTeX Writing IEEE Papers in LaTeX: Files & Syntax

    How do i go about writing IEEE papers in Latex do i need to download some additional files for it , Or whts the syantax to write IEEE format papers
  23. S

    IEEE considering electrical model of stars

    i found this, seems quite interesting; http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/login.jsp?url=/iel5/27/4287017/04287093.pdf&arnumber=4287093 What do they mean by electrical stars? Is it that we should take into account the effects of the stars electrical field? or that a completely new model...
  24. H

    Concept of resistive touch screen, anyone an IEEE member?

    concept of resistive touch screen, anyone an IEEE member? hi, i am having a problem with my 8 wire resistive touch screen the cursor keeps drifting about due to analog noise i suppose i would need to program an algorithm to clean up the noise to keep it stationary. i have tried putting a...
  25. P

    Becoming a student member of IEEE

    Hey everyone. I'm a sophomore in Electrical Engineering, and loving it (except for the homework...and tests...). Anyways, it's almost time for me to be applying for scholarships (well, in a couple months), and I was thinking about applying to IEEE as a student member. I was wondering if anyone...
  26. electronic engineer

    What is the IEEE Code of Ethics?

    I need some info about IEEE organization, membership or brief explanation about it cause i think to be one of its members thanks!
  27. K

    Converting 29 and 0.7 to IEEE single precision floating point

    I am having difficulty in converting 29 and 0.7 to IEEE single precision floating point. For 29, I represent 29 as a product of a power of 2 using 58/4 * 21. However, I am having trouble getting the mantissa value because 58/4 is 14.5, and I need something in the format of 1.[numbers]. Any...
  28. F

    EE Electives: take everything ? And IEEE paper

    EE Electives: take everything...? And IEEE papers.. Information overload. I'm planning my 'senior elective package,' a bunch of electives focused on a certain field. My problem is that it seems to me ALL of them are important. I mean Intro to communication? Or digital electronics...
  29. H

    IEEE Members: Share Your Experiences!

    How many of you are members of the institute of electrical and electronic engineers (IEEE)? other than the spectrum magazines which kept coming to my mailbox every month (many of them unread inside their plastic sheaths as I didn't have the time, eventually giving up all the issues to friends...