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    Monotonically increasing functions

    H=18. 5 months. After a few more points, I'll have to look for regularities...
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    2009-05-04 09:31 | 2 Comment(s) | Filed in Just_A_Scientist

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    De: Marcelo Fecha: 2009-06-01 10:47

    Hi, JJ!

    Congratulations for your achievement! It's a nice H Factor!

    I think one of the main researchers' H Factor (at the university where I graduated) it was 1 or 2. I am not joking. That is the real value of his H Factor.

    He is the kind of professor who prioritizes much more the money the projects can bring in rather than the academical return he may get from them. It is a pity, because his MSc. and PhD. were got at great universities -- the later he got it at an USA university. Surely, that professor publishes, but only in journals without a significative relevance.

    Even worse is his claims on builindg academical excellence without publishing in journals with a considerable academic impact. Bah!

    Tell us, JJ: Could you envision someone building academic excellence without publications in important journals/conferences?

    Hasta la vista!

    Marcelo



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2009-06-01 12:10

    Not really... publications are a in integral part of being at the university, you can't really separate it from teaching or shaping other researchers in the area. You can't be a good researcher without directing PhDs, and if there's a PhD, there's some publication about it (if it's good enough)
    Even if you're a good professor just in the pedagogical sense there are venues for publishing about teaching experience. So I'm not saying it does not happen, but it shouldn't be too frequent.



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