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Re: (off-topic) self-plagiarism
On Tue, 7 Jul 2009, Pierre Divenyi wrote:
> I respectfully disagree with Peter. When a journal sends a paper for review,
> it is often explicitly but always implicitly implied that the paper and its
> content are confidential.
As I said, I have found the paper in many already-published versions,
which are clearly public. So its just an additional thing that I have an
n+1th version which is confidental. I might have found the self-plagiarism
also accidentaly, just by browsing the web. I think it's not against any
law if I say: type the following sentence in google and compare the abstracts of the
papers that come up.
"The proposed fast time delay neural networks"
Hungarian Academy of Sciences *
Research Group on Artificial Intelligence * "Failure only begins
e-mail: tothl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx * when you stop trying"