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Citation styles in engineering and technology can vary. The best way to get a feel for the most prevalent citation style in the disciplines is looking at the guidelines provided to authors in various scholarly journals. These guidelines will be available on the journal's website, which you can find through a quick search on Google.
The IEEE style manual will apply for journals published by IEEE.
The IEEE Editorial Style Manual (PDF) contains a formal set of editorial guidelines for IEEE Transactions, Journals, and Letters. For spelling reference, IEEE uses Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. For guidance on grammar and usage not included in the IEEE Editorial Style Manual, consult The Chicago Manual of Style.
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