The Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineering research writing style is a numeric citation format. It is most commonly used in technical fields including engineering and computer science.
IEEE uses bracketed numbers for in-text citations that function as either a footnote or as a noun. They are always listed in order of use and will continually be referred to by their first use number.
Computer Science is both a science and a technology .
As stated in  computer science is both a science and a technology.
***NOTE that all references should be referred to as their number within the body of your paper***
When referring to a specific section, chapter, pages, etc... list the details within the bracket following the citation number.
For a chapter [2, Ch. 1]
For a certain page or pages [3, p.7] or [4, pp. 15-20]
For an appendix [5, Appendix III]
For a table [6, Table VI]
For a figure [7, Fig. 1]
When referring to multiple references you cite them in numerical order, within their own brackets, and separated by either a comma or a dash.
Writing a sentence with 2 separate references , .
Writing a sentence with multiple, consecutive references  - .
[Citation Number] Author's first Initial. Author's last name, Title, volume, edition. City, State (abbreviation), Country: Publisher, year.
 E.J. Larson, Summer for the Gods. New York, NY, USA: Basic Books, 2006.
[Citation Number] Author's first Initial. Author's last name, Title, volume, edition. City, State (abbreviation), Country: Publisher, year. [Online]. Available: URL. Accessed month day, year.
 M.A. Barstow and J.B. Holberg, Extreme Ultraviolet Astronomy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2003. [Online]. Available: https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=ip,shib&db=nlebk&AN=120309&site=ehost-live&custid=ogl1. Accessed July 20, 2020.
[Citation Number] Author's first Initial. Author's last name, "Chapter," in Title, volume, edition. City, State (abbreviation), Country: Publisher, year, chapter number, section, page range.
 S. Sheinkin, "Part 2: Chain Reactions," in Bomb: the Race to Build-and Steal-the World's Most Dangerous Weapon. New York, NY, USA: Flash Point, 2012, ch. 2, pp. 43-88.
[Citation Number] Author's first Initial. Author's last name, "Title," Journal, volume, number, page range, month year, doi.
 D.D. Rupert, A.C. Nowlan, O.H. Tam, and M. Gale Hammel, "Ten simple rules for running a successful women-in-STEM organization on an academic campus," PLoS Computational Biology, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 1-9, May 2020, doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007754.
[Citation Number] Author's first Initial. Author's last name, "Page." Website. URL (accessed month day, year).
 J. Wattles, "SpaceX to reuse rocket from historic astronaut mission to launch satellite." CNN. https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/20/tech/spacex-launch-south-korea-satellite-scn/index.html (accessed July 20, 2020).