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Preparation of Papers for IEEE Sponsored Conferences and Symposia
This is a LaTeX template for preparing documents for IEEE Sponsored Conferences and Symposia.
It was submitted by an author writing for the 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC’14).
The various components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] are already defined on the style sheet, as illustrated by the portions given in this document.
Huibert Kwakernaak and Pradeep Misra
Annotated Bibliography Template
Simple annotated bibliography template, based on IEEE bibliography styles.
Author: Titus Barik (firstname.lastname@example.org)
IEEE Conference Template Example
The IEEE provides guidelines for the preparation of papers and presentations for their conference proceedings, including a series of LaTeX templates.
A number of templates using the IEEE style are available on Overleaf to help you get started - click above to use this template for Computer Science journals, or use the tags below to find more.
IEEEtran.cls version: 1.8b
Hae Won Park
Submission Format for IMS2014 (IEEE MTT)
Submission format for the International Microwave Symposium (MTT IMS 2014). Authors are invited to submit technical papers describing original work on radio-frequency, microwave, millimeter-wave, and terahertz (THz) theory and techniques.
The deadline for submission is 9 December 2013.
Design of an Optoelectronic State Machine with integrated BDD based Optical logic
In this paper I demonstrate a novel design for an optoelectronic State Machine which replaces input/output forming logic found in conventional state machines with BDD based optical logic while still using solid state memory in the form of flip-flops in order to store states. This type of logic makes use of waveguides and ring resonators to create binary switches. These switches in turn can be used to create combinational logic which can be used as input/output forming logic for a state machine. Replacing conventional combinational logic with BDD based optical logic allows for a faster range of state machines that can certainly outperform conventional state machines as propagation delays within the logic described are in the order of picoseconds as opposed to nanoseconds in digital logic.