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IEEE has partnered with the Copyright Clearance Center to provide a Web-based permission service using RightsLink®. This service offers users the opportunity to obtain permission to reuse IEEE Journal, Conference, and Standards copyrighted materials quickly, easily, and legally.

To use RightsLink, locate the content you wish to reuse in IEEE Xplore. Then click the "request permission" link found on the abstract page or the Table of Contents page associated with that content.

If you are a publisher who would like to clear extended rights, please visit www.copyright.com.

If you find there is no link present, please check the copyright ownership as IEEE may not be the rights holder for this content.

The following is intended to provide you with information on how to obtain the permission necessary for you to republish or redistribute IEEE copyrighted material.

 

Obtaining permission through RightsLink

IEEE is pleased to offer RightsLink, an automated permission service integrated within IEEE Xplore to provide users with quick and easy responses to their permission requests. 

For existing RightsLink customers with license inquiries or billing or technical issues, please contact the CCC Customer Care Department at customercare@copyright.com.

If you have questions or would like additional information about RightsLink, please contact:
IEEE Author Relations and Content Discoverability
IEEE Product Design
445 Hoes Lane
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E-mail: pubs-permissions@ieee.org

 
 

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Requesting permission through IEEE

Permission to reuse IEEE content, including use in a thesis or dissertation, must be given through the Copyright Clearance Center's RightsLink service, using IEEE Xplore.

1. Please locate the content beginning at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/home.jsp.

2. Once on the abstract page of the article, please locate the "Request Permission" link in the left navigation panel.

3. You can also find the copyright symbol directly on the article Table of Content.

4. If you find there are none of these links, you should open the free front pages of the content to determine if there is another rights holder, as this is an indication that IEEE is not the intellectual-property rights holder and cannot grant permission for reuse.

5. If the links are there, please choose one, as this will take you to the permission application page.

If you are not able to use the RightsLink service, permission licensing may also be obtained through www.copyright.com.

If you experience difficulty with the RightsLink service, please contact the customer care group at customercare@copyright.com or write to IEEE Publications at pubs-permissions@ieee.org.

 
 

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