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Doing Engineering Research Work? Stay Away from Wikipedia
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We've all committed this sin with our research work: we put Wikipedia as a legitimate citation. Yup, that's a sin now. It doesn't matter if a Wikipedia article is the first article that turns up in your web search. I don't blame you for that. But that ...



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