Redundant Publication

An irresponsible practice which occurs when two or more papers (research communications) share the same hypothesis, data, discussion points, or conclusions, without full cross-reference
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3] A redundant publication is one which duplicates previous, simultaneous or future publications by the same author or group or, alternatively, could have been combined with the latter into one paper.
According to guidelines from the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) this amounts to substantial self-plagiarism which is not allowed and requires either a retraction or redundant publication notification.
We collectively had 34 unverified duplicates, according to Deja vu, none of which represented plagiarism, cosubmission, or redundant publication (one case-control study was published in 2 languages, with the proper referencing).
Redundant publication is potentially dangerous when meta-analyses combine many versions of what is actually the same study (p 121).
Duplicate submission or redundant publication of a similar data set is considered unethical.
They also recommend practical steps to reduce publication bias and redundant publication.
8] There has not been an evaluation of the extent of redundant publication in the urological literature to date.
Redundant publication can be considered unethical, or fraudulent, when the author(s) attempt to conceal the existence of duplicate publication from editors and readers.
The real-time extensions let the programmer set deadlines for new topic issues, set the flow rate, and define redundant publication hierarchies for application-transparent hot-swap.
An interactive session based on a number of ethical dilemmas relating to the publication process focused on reviewer bias, reviewer accusations of plagiarism, informed consent and ethical approval, redundant publications (production of a similar publication from the same piece of research), management of data fabrication, and conflict of interest evident in a review.
Distributed control applications use these properties to optimize available bandwidth, ensure real-time operations complete in time, and transparently filter issues from redundant publications.