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I have submitted my research paper inot a journal IJSER.org . But I don't know whether they are fake or not. Have any idea about this Journal? …
asked Aug 19 '17 by SORIF HOSSAIN SHUJON
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This question is in response to this very interesting question. The original post mentioned that they wish to retract their paper from a "fake" journal. I don't know what a fake journal is but better … safe than sorry so I want to make sure what defines a fake journal. In the comments, other people also mentioned "shady" journals and "predatory" journals. This is the first time I encounter these …
asked Feb 25 '14 by biohazard
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I submitted one of my research paper in a fake conference by mistake. Now I want to withdraw my paper from it, But I am facing problem in withdrawal as no email id is given on that website. The … problem is that now my paper has been accepted by another conference. But according to Turnitin, my abstract is already published somewhere else. Does anyone here know how and where to report such fake conferences? …
asked Jul 23 '16 by Zeb
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possibilities. Kind regards, Helen Edwards Commissioning Assistant To me, this is a miserable fake thing, and I just wanted to know whether or not anybody has encountered this organization before. …
asked Oct 6 '17 by Roboticist
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getting caught to be sufficiently severe. I wonder if there are known cases of people getting prosecuted for using such fake degrees to land a certain job. I know there are plenty of cases where said … people got fired, for instance here. I am mainly interested in the consequences of obtaining fake PhDs and subsequently using the supposedly obtained titles. In Belgium and the Netherlands, for instance …
asked Nov 11 '14 by Marc Claesen
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. However, when I received the review (only one), I felt that this conference could be fake or bogus. They sent me a text file that has the following review (with the name and some strange gmail … do next or how to react. But my question is the following: What are the good indicators of fake/bogus conferences? …
asked Apr 25 '13 by mert
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I am a young graduate student in Egypt. I have published few papers in high ranking journals in my field. One of the professors in my department is constantly publishing papers in these fake journal … that accept a paper in a couple of days in exchange of money. He practically publishes a new paper every week. Universities here don't know much about fake journals and they recognise any paper as …
asked Aug 10 '15 by MrDi
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I have always done my best to not publish in scam journals or fake conferences (even though I was working as a lecturer and was penalised for not having enough publications, the institution didn't …
asked Jul 15 '14 by v010dya
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I have published a paper in a fake journal. I want to withdraw the paper from that journal. After successful withdrawal from the fake journal, can I can submit the same paper to a legitimate journal? …
asked Feb 24 '14 by moni
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unrelated neither to operator H or R and don't correspond to what the author describes them to be. So for me, it is clear this is a fake paper (I think I would call it like that, I don't have a proper name … for this). What to do now? I first thought to just review accordingly in MathReviews (i.e. estate that the paper is a fake one), but now I'm wondering if I should go straight to the Journal's …
asked Dec 20 '18 by pancho
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What do you call the "things" that you used in experiment, but not in real life? Things that are made for experiment/simulation purpose. For example, phantom for human body.
asked Mar 4 '16 by askingtoomuch
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the U.S. Department of Education. So, is it possible that I will find a job requiring a degree, using this (fake?) PhD? Now they have told me that the U.S. Department of Education will send my diploma …
asked Jun 14 '14 by porton
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Especially in the the more experimental subfields of computer science like systems, how often are results faked? If there is no verification process for any code used, do researchers sometimes fake results to save time? …
asked Apr 28 '15 by anon
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thought it was a fake website and applied to another journal and was accepted. Now it asks me to pay fee to publish paper. Is there any problem if I publish the paper in the second journal? …
asked Apr 13 '15 by Inspibe
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It was like more than 6 years ago, I was an undergrad senior in a south asian university, we did not have much internet connectivity back then. I wanted to publish something on a journal/conference …
asked Jul 31 '15 by ramgorur

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