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The astonishing similarities between CNTFET-based nanowired transducers and nanowire FET-based nanoelectronic biomaterials

There are two articles which analyzed comparatively: 1. using synonyms for the words/terms of the copied text and rephrasing of its pieces; 2. application of so-called “logical copying”: from the art (graphs, tables, and figures) to text, and reversely; transforming the ideas/methods to analogous elements/devices; and 3. changing/distorting proportion of the text’s parts for manipulation of the copied percentage. For convenience of our analysis the article “Macroporous nanowire nanoelectronic scaffolds for synthetic tissues”, further named as “OBJECT”, is divided in equal parts according to their by content/information (see attachment): Introduction/Problem (plum), Method/Technology (sea foam), and Results/Discussion (banana). The results of analysis are gathered in the enclosed Table I which is organized as connection of some peaces from “OBJECT” (text, graphs, tables, or figures) with the relevant fragments of my paper “A CNTFET-based nanowired induction two-way transducers” (Original), further named as “Main”, and/or its references. The resulting Table II gives the score under identical criteria 71%.

  2. harvard
  3. ionic current
  4. MIT
  5. nanoelectronic
  6. nanowire FET
  7. plagiarism
  8. trasducer

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