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    Hi. I posted awhile ago about some alternative backlight ideas. I am starting to get into it again, and I want to get some IEEE articles. My university only gives us free access to "IEEE JNL" type articles, not "IEEE CNF" (conference proceedings). I have like 4 or 5 of those types of articles that I want to access. I'd rather not drive 2 hours to go to MIT or BC (could get them for free their library), and I don't want the library to fax it (I want a nice crisp searchable PDF). Can anyone help me out and download some articles for me and email them? These are the universities that have access:

    Location Library Local Holdings Code
    MA BOSTON COLLEGE BXM
    MA MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH MYG
    MA MITRE CORP, BEDFORD OP LIBR MTE
    MA NORTH SHORE COMMUN COL LIBR NSB
    MA NORTHEASTERN UNIV NED
    MA RAYTHEON CO RES LIBR NE RYE
    MA UNIV OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST 1976-1977,1984-2001 AUM
    MA UNIV OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH SMU
    MA UNIV OF MASSACHUSETTS LOWELL ULN
    MA US AIR FORCE, PHILLIPS LAB, RES LIBR SCG
    MA WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INST 3rd-26th(1976-1999) WPG

    NY BENET WEAPONS LAB, TECH LIBR BWL
    NY CITY COL, CUNY 17-18(1990-1991) ZXC
    NY COLUMBIA UNIV ZCU
    NY CORNELL UNIV COO
    NY IBM CORP, INFO RES PROC CTR XIB
    NY RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INST YRM
    NY ROCHESTER INST OF TECH LIBR RVE
    NY STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK, BINGHAMTON LIBR BNG
    NY STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY 1976,1987-2000 YSM
    NY SYRACUSE UNIV 1976- SYB
    NY UNIV OF ROCHESTER 1976-2000 RRR
    NY US MERCHANT MARINE ACAD VYM
    NY XEROX CORP, XEROX LIBR SERV 1976- XER

    RI UNIV OF RHODE ISLAND RIU

    VT UNIV OF VERMONT, BAILEY LIBR

    If you can do this, please PM me or post, and I'll give you the names of the articles. They're in the IEEE Plasma Science society conference proceedings, 2003-2005.

    EDIT: PS, it won't be complicated, you just log-in to ieee.org from anywhere on campus and search for the titles, and right-click the PDF file, and save it
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