Dear Prof. Haghighi and AAM Editorial Board members,
Prof. Haghighi's response to my email shows that he intends to do nothing about Ji-Huan He. He's not particularly interested in Editorial Board feedback. He's going to take an extremely long time to do whatever he does. He prefers smoke-filled back-room secrecy to transparency. He hopes to hunker down and let the storm blow over.
He studiously ignores Prof. Arnold's exposés of the Ji-Huan He impact factor fraud in SIAM News and in Journal of the American Mathematical Society. Perhaps Haghighi should consider resigning his SIAM and AMS memberships, either as a matter of principle, or because he doesn't read their journals, as the case may be.
When responsible Editorial Boards and Editors-in-Chief investigate, they always fire Ji-Huan He as an embarrassment. I am doing AAM a favor by bringing this matter to your attention. As members of the Editorial Board it's up you to convince Prof. Haghighi not to make AAM, himself, and the Editorial Board, a laughing stock. He won't listen to me.
Jason of El Naschie Watch
A reader points to his CV, which is larded out to 27 pages.
Haghighi Vita Current 02-08-10
For example on page 3 he lets us know he's on the university's Library Committee. Please.
And our reader gives these MathSciNet reviews and a disclaimer:
An M/M/2/∞ queueing system with feedback.
Bull. Iranian Math. Soc. 13 (1986), no. 1-2, 11–27.
This is a routine analysis of a straightforward problem, namely, system time statistics for an M/M/2 system where completed services may re-enter the system. The presentation is marred by numerous misprints and lack of reference to previous analyses of the problem.
Reviewed by Brian Conolly
Montazer-Haghighi, A.(IR-SHBH-S); Medhi, J.; Mohanty, S. G.(3-MMAS)
On a multiserver Markovian queueing system with balking and reneging.
Comput. Oper. Res. 13 (1986), no. 4, 421–425.
For a minor variant of the M/M/c queue, where customers arriving to find all servers busy may balk with constant probability p and may renege if service does not commence within an exponentially distributed time interval, some elementary results are derived by routine arguments.
Reviewed by V. Ramaswami
Disclaimer: it is probably unfair to judge people by a few negative MathSciNet reviews; some reviewers are just plain snarky. And some of Prof. Haghighi's more recent (joint) work was reviewed in a more neutral voice.