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Re: [tor-talk] PaperDump: Mirai, Tor, Darknet, TLA, I2P Censorship, PETs in Sidechains, and more
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- Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2019 01:32:19 -0400
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On 8/28/19, Florentin Rochet <florentin.rochet@xxxxxxxxxxxx> LAZILY
TOP POSTED AND BLOCK QUOTED:
> This list is mixing good papers with several dubious ones.
Failed to denote which, and why in detail such
labels may or may not apply to them.
> I find important to mention that it would be better looking here instead
> for non-expert readers: https://www.freehaven.net/anonbib/ to find
> quality peer-reviewed works, and keep the ones that intersect both lists
> for now.
Such intersection (logical AND) will of course yield only those
papers approved and posted there by TPO / principals... any entity
doing such self curation is prone to variety of selection biases.
And peer review is somewhat often an ivory tower circle jerk
among an exclusive peer group... equally often any supposed
reviewers are not denoted anywhere. Novel papers are surely
free as any to come from anywhere with zero association,
consultation, editorial priviledge, consideration, etc given.
If you really want to know what is good vs marginal vs rubbish,
read and validate them yourselves, consult independants,
study the knowledge areas, actually discuss them in detail
in whatever communities you wish, including as desired in
those that are their subject, try writing your own papers, etc.
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