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A whole Wikipedia article singing the praises of a certain 1D root-finding algorithm, which was published in 2020, and has only 3 citations. Is this a new avenue of self-promotion by the authors?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ITP_meth

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@narain Ech. I'm not an expert on standards for notability or stuff like that on Wikipedia but that External Link to something called "Kudos" is definitely icky.

@jsiehler Kudos is just some site that lets authors post layperson-friendly summaries of their papers for broader dissemination. I've never bothered with it, but other than the self-congratulatory name there doesn't seem to be anything too icky about it, and it's clear that it's the authors talking about their own work. The Wikipedia article is definitely weirder, to me.

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