IEEE Pulse Magazine (IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society)
Тип издания: Журнал Язык: Английский Издательство: Qiosk (Qmags) Сайт издания: http://www.qmags.comКомплектность: Подшивка Годы издания: 2008-2013 Периодичность: Раз в два месяца ISSN: http://pulse.embs.org/Страница на MagzDB: http://magzdb.org/j/3257Формат: PDF (защищённый) Качество: Изначально компьютерное (набор и верстка) Количество страниц: 60-156 Годы в наличии: 2008-2013 Описание: The IEEE Pulse is a publication for the entire membership of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society as well as other interested subscribers. The material published should be of interest to as many of these readers as possible. For this reason it is desired to publish material of general interest to our readers including: feature articles on topics currently important for biomedical engineers, columns related to biomedical engineering, tutorial material, letters to the editor, opinion pieces, as well as news of our society. Occasional special Theme Issues will be published as well. The editorial staff welcomes contributions from our readers and others and encourages submission of manuscripts in all of these areas. Please note: the IEEE Pulse is not an archival scientific publication. The IEEE engineering in medicine and biology society has several Transactions that serve that purpose. Detailed scientific reports should be submitted to those journals. Manuscripts of more general interest belong in this magazine. We encourage submission of articles describing new approaches in biomedical engineering, overviews of developments in a particular area of biomedical engineering, overviews of biomedical engineering activities in a particular part of the world, tutorial material, reviews of books, conferences and other publications and events, and other op ed materials related to biomedical engineering. This magazine encourages the use of graphic material including photographs and charts but discourages publishing lengthy mathematical formulae, equations and derivations that would be more appropriate for a highly technical report. Again, manuscripts with this type of material are more appropriate for our sister Transactions. Lengthy reference lists are also discouraged in the print versions of articles, but readers can be referred to more extensive bibliographies that authors can list on this magazine's Web site.