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Subjects

Inspec focuses on five main subject areas:

  • Physics
  • Electrical engineering and electronics
  • Computers and control
  • Information technology for business
  • Mechanical and production engineering

Each of these subjects contains numerous sub-sections within the same genre.

Outline of Inspec classification

Section A - Physics

  • General [A00]
  • The physics of elementary particles and fields [A10]
  • Nuclear physics [A20]
  • Fundamental areas of phenomenology [A40]
  • Fluids, plasmas and electric discharges [A50]
  • Condensed matter: structure, thermal and mechanical properties [A60]
  • Condensed matter: electronic structure, electrical, magnetic, and optical properties [A70]
  • Cross-disciplinary physics and related areas of science and technology [A80]
  • Geophysics, astronomy and astrophysics [A90]

Section B - Electrical engineering and electronics

  • General topics, engineering mathematics and materials science [B00]
  • Circuit theory and circuits [B10]
    Components, electron devices and materials [B20]
  • Magnetic and superconducting materials and devices [B30]
  • Optical materials and applications, electro-optics and optoelectronics [B40]
  • Electromagnetic fields [B50]
  • Communications [B60]
  • Instrumentation and special applications [B70]
  • Power systems and applications [B80]

Section C - Computers and control

  • General and management topics [C00]
  • Systems and control theory [C10]
  • Control technology [C30]
  • Numerical analysis and theoretical computer topics [C40]
  • Computer hardware [C50]
  • Computer software [C60]
  • Computer applications [C70]

Section D - Information technology for business

  • General and management aspects [D10]
  • Applications [D20]
  • General systems and equipment [D30]
  • Office automation - communications [D40]
  • Office automation - computing [D50]

Section E - Mechanical and production

  • Engineering [E00]
  • Manufacturing and production [E10]
  • Engineering mechanics [E20]
  • Industrial sectors [E30]

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Recommendation of new publications

The Inspec Publisher Relations team evaluates journals in Physics, Engineering, Computing and Technology for review and consideration for inclusion in the database.

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