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Publish Original Research

When submitting your article for publication to IEEE, it should: contain original research that has not been published before; and not be submitted to any other publication while you await a peer review decision.

IEEE recognizes that technical research is often published first as a conference article with preliminary findings. As those initial findings become fully developed, the conference article can evolve into a journal or magazine article which contains your more developed research and conclusions. IEEE supports this evolutionary publishing process provided that:

  1. Both the conference and magazine articles undergo standard peer review.
  2. The magazine article contains substantially more technical information than the conference article.
  3. The magazine article cites the conference article and clearly indicates how the two articles differ.

Source: IEEE Publication Services and Products Board Operations Manual, Section 8.1.7.E.

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