Can you please write the references in IEEE citation of 3 books, 2 book chapters, 3 websites articles, 2 lectures notes. Each reference should be given a corresponding number. Please I need this as...

Can you please write the references in IEEE citation of 3 books, 2 book chapters, 3 websites articles, 2 lectures notes. Each reference should be given a corresponding number. Please I need this as soon as possible.

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IEEE citation style is mainly used in the fields of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Without the titles and other information of the references about which the request has been made, only general examples can be given. However, if further help is needed, links are given underneath the response, which should provide whatever else you need. 

  • Books 

Write the following: Author(s),[comma] Title.[period] Place of Publication:[colon] Publishing Company,[comma] Year of Publication. [period]

If there are two authors: Joseph Adler and Neil Schwarz,
If there are no authors, but editors:  J. P. Adler and Thomas Chandler, Eds.,
If three or more authors are given use et. al. [meaning: and others in Latin] after the second author.

  • Chapters from books

If the citation is a chapter or article from a book, follow this model:

Author(s) of chapter, "Structure of Industrial Plastics," [chapter/article] ” in Plastics,[title of book] vol. 12,(if there is a set of reference books) Industrial Materials,[title of reference books]  John Tyler, Ed., 3nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968, pp. 35-36.

  • Online Sources ("website articles" as termed in the question)

WWW Basic Format:

Notice that periods are used after each name or title, etc.

M.L. Smith [author]. (year, month day). Title of article (edition) [Type of medium]. Available: http://www.------------ 

(URL) Example: B. Butler. (2011, June 10). Sharpworks (2nd ed.) [Online]. Available: http://www.stm.com

  • Lecture Notes

Here is an example:

S. McMillian. ECE 462.[professor and course] Class Lecture, Topic: “Fixing the Unfixable” School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, Feb. 12, 2014.

Sources:

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