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Author Topic: How can redundant publication policies be used against themselves?  (Read 1696 times)

Offline Martin J Sallberg

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There is a half-finished plan for getting rid of the no redundant publication policies of "peer review" journals at http://gettingsciencegoingagain.blogspot.se/2014/12/using-redundant-publication-policies.html Can anyone with good computer knowledge tell how to do it practically?


 

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That is, anyone who knows how to trick redundant publication detectors into taking everything for redundant publication? Or any other ideas on how to destroy "no redundant publication" policies in "peer review"?
 

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