So Where Is It?

Impact of AIAS / UPITEC Compared with Other Groups

April 25, 2017

AIAS / UPITEC has averaged 1.57 million hits a year for fifteen years (2002 to present). There is a comparative impact table on the home page of www.aias.us which shows that we out impact entire Institutes much bigger in staff numbers. The fair measure of comparison is to measure AIAS / UPITEC against individual research groups of comparable size. For example:

1) Newcastle upon Tyne Fibrosis Research Group, 85,504 hits since 2014. This is well funded and a leading medical group in Britain.
2) Ameer Laboratory, Northwestern University, U. S. A., 31,751 hits since 2005. Northwestern is in the world’s top twenty universities.
3) EQPAM Research Group in Europe, 14,297 hits since 2013.
4) Mathematics Group at the University of Seville in Spain, 3,158 hits since January 2009.
5) Kim group at M. I. T., 15,153 hits since 2015. M. I. T. is often the world’s number one by some measures.
These are found using Google keywords “hit counter research group”. It is a matter of googling for websites that display a hit counter and a time interval and I will collect as many data like this as is possible. It is clear that AIAS / UPITEC has a far higher impact than any research group in the world of comparable size. So many congratulations to all staff! The productivity of AIAS / UPITEC is far higher than any comparable research group in the world.”

That was a rather ‘foot in mouth’ moment wasn’t it, Ron? Everyone will now be asking where the hit-counter is for aias.us. Better add one quickly, in order to level the playing-field vis-a-vis those other sites … and to avoid the suspicion that you are a lying **** of ****.   

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3 Responses to “So Where Is It?”

  1. Harry Hab Says:

    Losers and con artists always seem to be obsessed with the paraphernalia of gloria mundi they claim to regard as insignificant/unfair/jigged etc. So they create their “own” hierarchy of honorifics and heraldry, universities and institutes where they are presidents and professors, academic impact metrics of their own devising, reverse-arxivs… Me too: I confess to revising the rules of a boardgame that I always lost at, heavily in my favour (or so I thought). I was seven at the time and like to think I’ve grown out of it.

  2. Sans Holo Says:

    But only the extremely foolish continually bid “misere of air” and blame the rest of the world for their tricks.

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