The acronym IEEE stands for “Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers“. The IEEE (read eye-triple-e) is an US-based non-profit, professional organization which promotes cooperative development, common standards, and technical innovation, in the fields of electronics, electrical and computer science. IEEE’s roles and activities can be broadly classified into three categories namely
- Educational Activities
- Standards Development
IEEE Project: Any project that derives its core idea from an IEEE paper is generally regarded as a IEEE project.
Difference between a IEEE base paper and an IEEE reference paper
An IEEE base paper is a paper on which the fundamental idea of the project is based on. Whereas an reference paper is a additional paper that deals with some smaller aspect of the project. Depending on the nature of the IEEE project, a project can have one or more reference papers.