OT "scientific papers"

05/03/2014 - 08:10 von Rafael Deliano | Report spam
Zum Ausklang der nàrrischen Zeit ...:

http://www.nature.com/news/publishe...NatureNews

/ composed by a piece of software called SCIgen, which
/ randomly combines strings of words to produce fake
/ computer-science papers. SCIgen was invented in 2005
/ by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of
/ Technology (MIT) in Cambridge to prove that
/ conferences would accept meaningless papers
/ — and, as they put it, “to maximize amusement”

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2014...gibberish/

/ But how could gibberish end up in respectable
/ science papers? The man who discovered the
/ recent frauds said it showed slipping standards
/ among scientists. "High pressure on scientists
/ leads directly to too prolific and less meaningful
/ publications," ... He noted that because other
/ professors may not read the paper, “publishing a
/ paper that was computer-generated might help
/ with merit pay.”

Offensichtlich könnte man damit auch newsgroups mit
Belanglosigkeit füllen, wenn das nicht rein manuell
schon so gut gelànge.

MfG JRD
 

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#1 Edzard Egberts
05/03/2014 - 08:19 | Warnen spam
Rafael Deliano schrieb:
Zum Ausklang der nàrrischen Zeit ...:

http://www.nature.com/news/publishe...NatureNews



Sekundàrartikel:

http://www.heise.de/tp/artikel/41/41141/1.html

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