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In May 2000, IEEE Xplore was launched and would go on to become one of the leading resources of scientific and technical information in the world. Check out our infographic to see how IEEE Xplore has grown since its beginnings.
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This issue introduces the reader to reconfigurable systems for the purpose of gaining familiarity with essential theoretical elements, the key developments in the field, and the potential future direction of the industry.
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Users can now view and copy MathML code as well as TeX Commands in IEEE Xplore with the implementation of the MathJax plugin.
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