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Has anybody got experience with the

2023-06-07 23:05:04.28965+02 by Dan Lyke 4 comments

Has anybody got experience with the Academia.edu claim of mentions in papers? I recognize the author of one of the papers they've emailed me to claim I'm mentioned in, but not $150 worth, especially[Wiki] given that it's unlikely that most of the mentions are actually of me.

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#Comment Re: Has anybody got experience with the made: 2023-06-08 12:51:11.181837+02 by: brainopener

If you have the title of the paper, I assume you've sailed the high seas and checked in Davy Jones's locker, yo ho. Savvy?

#Comment Re: Has anybody got experience with the made: 2023-06-09 00:16:55.428884+02 by: Dan Lyke

Usually it just has a "mentioned in a paper by ...", and I could probably track down that person and get a copy of the paper, but I wanna know if it's even worth pestering them....

#Comment Re: Has anybody got experience with the made: 2023-06-09 01:51:08.237523+02 by: brainopener [edit history]

When I search over at Google Scholar, I see your DDJ ray tracing article, mentions in some 10+ year old papers on blogging, at least one paper on transportation from your neck of the woods. A few things that definitely look like someone else.

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#Comment Re: Has anybody got experience with the made: 2023-06-15 00:57:27.934276+02 by: Dan Lyke

Hmmm... *thought* I'd responded to this, so apologies if it's redundant, but yeah, your mention of transportation gave me a direction to search, and looks like I'm getting mentions from some of the IATS stuff I did a few years ago. That makes sense.

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