May 07, 2009

"Schlangemann" attacked again the IEEE Conferences in May 2009 and published 3 fake papers in an IEEE pseudo-paper accepted at IEEE again (May 2009)

Fake paper accepted at IEEE

I couldn't lay my hands on the complete text
but here is an excerpt :

We proved in this paper that the acclaimed real-time algorithm for the evaluation of the Internet by Williams and Kobayashi is Turing complete, and Toe is no exception to that rule. We constructed a game-theoretic tool for synthesizing Scheme (Toe), which we used to verify that the location-identity split and superblocks can synchronize to achieve this ambition.

And, here is the summary:
Recent advances in cooperative technology and classical communication are based entirely on the assumption that the Internet and active networks are not in conflict with object-oriented languages. In fact, few information theorists would disagree with the visualization of DHTs that made refining and possibly simulating 8 bitarchitectures a reality, which embodies the compelling principles of electrical engineering. In this work we better understand how digital-to-analog converters can be applied to the development of e-commerce.
Read more here.

Also:

A prankster who submitted a computer-generated research paper to the International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering discovered that not only was his fake paper accepted - its "author" is to chair a panel.

The prankster, known only by his pseudonym Schlangemann (which he used to submit the paper), created the paper using SCIGen - the automatic CS paper generator. His pseudonym is taken from a German movie called Der Schlangemann.

"Schlangemann" attacked again the IEEE Conferences in May 2009
and published 3 fake papers in an IEEE pseudo-Conference in Australia

Recent advances in cooperative technology and classical communication are based entirely on the assumption that the Internet and active networks are not in conflict with object-oriented languages. In fact, few information theorists would disagree with the visualization of DHTs that made refining and possibly simulating 8 bitarchitectures a reality, which embodies the compelling principles of electrical engineering. In this work we better understand how digital-to-analog converters can be applied to the development of e-commerce.

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