# Claims of Paper Authorship

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Update: There is no need to go through a tedious process to claim authorship any longer. Simply write a new answer to this thread, asking for authorship of a submitted paper.

Since the first phase of the reviews section is now launched, it is time for the Paper Authorship Claims thread.

On PhysicsOverflow, papers and other material defined by the limits here can be reviewed and voted on by users. The reputation from the voting will go to the authors of the paper. To be considered as the authors of the paper (which allows editing of the submission summary, and allows you to obtain the reputation gained from upvotes on the paper), you need to have defended or explained your paper on PhysicsOverflow. The detailed instructions as to how you may claim authorship on a paper are as follows:

• If you are claiming authorship on an ArXiV (or any other database which paper, then please use the same email as your ArXiV account's email address.
• If not, use the email address provided by your university or institute if you work at one.
• If you do not have an official email, AND your paper is not submitted from the ArXiV or any other database which permits public access to submitters' emails, then proceed with your personal email, but note that you may be interrogated further once you make your request.
• Then, confirm your email on PhysicsOverflow.
• Now, you must either
• respond to at least one review of your paper
• OR summarise your paper by editing the submission or suggesting an edit on the submission if you don't have enough points.
• if there is already a summary, there is almost always something that only a paper author could add. E.g.
• defending common "possible criticisms" of the paper, for example by showing that there are some theoretical implications, etc.
• adding some hidden insights regarding the paper
• explaining the motivation behind the paper
• Or you may bypass this step if you have presented or explained your paper elsewhere, such as at a conference but you must link to this elsewhere in your authorship request in the next step.
• A link to the submission on PhysicsOverflow.
• Whether you have defended your paper, summarised it, or both?
• A link to your response to the reviewer (which should be made as a comment on the review), should you have defended your paper.
• optional unless you bypass the defence/summary step A link to any conference, seminar, etc. where you have presented or explained your paper.

If you would like to have a paper of yours submitted to PhysicsOverflow for review, please submit a request here.

• Multiple authors may be added to a submission, so do note hesitate to place a request for authorship if another author is already associated with the paper.
• The reputation points gained from the paper are not divided among multiple authors; instead, the entire sum of reputation is given to each author.
• PhysicsOverflow is not responsible if an impersonator gets access to your paper. We will, however, remove the impersonator's authorship and block the impersonator.
edited Feb 20, 2015

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answered Nov 14, 2015 by (5 points)
edited Nov 14, 2015 by Dilaton
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[CLAIMED]

I claim authorship of the paper Gravitational wave production by rotating primordial black holes

http://arxiv.org/abs/1511.05642

answered Nov 19, 2015 by (65 points)
edited Nov 19, 2015 by Dilaton
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answered Apr 6, 2018 by (14,547 points)
edited Jun 14, 2018
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[CLAIMED]

I claim the authorship of the paper A String Dual for Partially Topological Chern-Simons-Matter Theory. Any questions, comments and discussions are welcome.

answered Mar 18, 2019 by (904 points)
edited Mar 19, 2019 by Dilaton
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[CLAIMED]

I  claim the  authorship  of  the  paper "A  Complex  Limit  Cycle  Not  Intersecting the Real  plane"

https://physicsoverflow.org/42138/a-complex-limit-cycle-not-intersecting-the-real-plane?show=42138#q42138

I  would  appreciate your  comments on this  note.

Best regards,  Ali  Taghavi

alitghv@yahoo.com

answered Apr 20, 2019 by (95 points)
edited Apr 23, 2019
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I claim authorship of paper "Theory of Everything by illusion

answered Jul 18, 2014 by (-764 points)

Hi Kimmo, can you summarize the paper a bit (maybe in a comment below the submission) as the Vixra abstract is a bit short? I would then copy your text into the submission and assign you as the author.

@Dilaton Sure thing, I'll do that.

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I claim authorship of the paper On integrating out short-distance physics.

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/24739/on-integrating-out-short-distance-physics

answered Dec 19, 2014 by (132 points)
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I claim the Authorship of The Electrostrong Relation

answered Jan 8, 2018 by (100 points)
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I claim authorship of the paper:

Huygens' Principle geometric derivation and elimination of the wake and backward wave, rev2, 3/21/20

which I have submitted for peer review as follows:

I propose to submit the following paper to the review section:

Reference tag: researchgate.net/publication/340085346
Title: Huygens' Principle geometric derivation and elimination of the wake and backward wave, rev2, 3/21/20
Authors: Forrest Anderson
Tags: waves, huygens principle
Submission date: 2020-03-21
Category: math-ph

This paper makes the basics of wave propagation more intuitive and challenges researchers to take another look using distribution theory (generalized functions).

Forrest Anderson iimaging@aol.com.

answered Apr 18 by (0 points)

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