Looks like the new metric to measure the impact of a scientist is no longer the h-index or something, but the number of plagiarized papers. In a sense it’s the ultimate endorsement if someone puts his name on your work :-)
Yesterday, I found my second case and, therefore, have a p-value of 2! (I think p-value is a good name; it’s not used for anything important, right?) I also blogged about the prior case.
The current paper is again in an Indian journal. I immediately recognized our TikZ figure, which they even messed when rescaling. (Poor figure!)
Also the text is—let’s say—inspired by our work.
Stefan Joerer, Michele Segata, Bastian Bloessl, Renato Lo Cigno, Christoph Sommer and Falko Dressler, “To Crash or Not to Crash: Estimating its Likelihood and Potentials of Beacon-based IVC Systems,” Proceedings of 4th IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC 2012), Seoul, Korea, November 2012, pp. 25-32. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details…]