Large parts of the thesis have been published elsewhere, either before or after the publication of the thesis. Not surprisingly these other publications "inherit" fragments of copied text. It is beyond the scope of this documentation to give a complete overview of these instances of "secondary plagiarism", but some examples are listed here:
- Penzar & Srbljinović (2005) is the source for several paragraphs of copied text in the thesis. Some of this text (Fragment 107 07, Fragment_108_02 and Fragment_109_01) can also be found in Memon & Larsen (2007), a joint publication of Nm and the thesis supervisor.
- Similarly Nm/Fragment_026_04 can be found in three place: the thesis of Nm, a publication of Nm and his thesis supervisor Memon & Larsen (2007) and also in what probably is the original source: Koschade (2005)
- Nm/Fragment_101_20 can be found in the thesis, in the original source Koschützki et al. (2005) as well as Memon, Larsen, Hicks & Harkiolakis (2008) and Memon, Hicks & Larsen (2007). Henrik Legind Larsen is the thesis supervisor and David L. Hicks is the thesis committee chairman.
- Nm/Fragment_045_18 can be found in the thesis, in Koschade (2005) and also in Memon & Larsen (2006c)
- Nm/Fragment_106_14 and Nm/Fragment_107_01 can be found in the thesis, in Balasundaram et al. (2006) as well as in Memon & Larsen (2006c) and in Memon & Larsen (2007e) and in Memon & Larsen (2006d)
For a more systematic comparison, see Nm/Comparisons.