Citations of my paper are currently linked to an erroneous reference, which contains wrong information attributed to my work.
Strangely, I have not created this incorrect reference to the database, and I am unsure how this erroneous connection has arisen.
I would greatly appreciate it if you could correct the citation links to accurately reflect the appropriate references and remove the erroneous paper from the citation list. This correction is crucial to ensuring that the citations to my paper in other scholarly works are accurate and do not lead to confusion or misinterpretation.
The problem is that when I input the correct paper title to search, the page can pop out my correct paper but without citations. The incorrect reference doesn’t show only if I search the wrong edited title.
The details of my paper are as follows:
**Correct Paper Link on Google Scholar:
TransRec: Learning Transferable Recommendation from Mixture-of-Modality Feedback
Incorrectly cited title:
Beibei Kong, Zhijin Wang, Bo Hu, and Zang Li. 2022. TransRec: Learning Transferable Recommendation from Mixture-of-Modality Feedback
It seems that the wrong reference mixed the author information to the title that when searching the right title this reference with citation numbers is not being recommended.
And, I have checked the papers that have cited my paper, they all use the right citation formats linked to the correct paper.
I hold Google Scholar in high regard for its commitment to accuracy and reliability, and I am confident that your team will be able to address this issue promptly. Your assistance in resolving this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your attention and support. I look forward to hearing from you and achieving a successful resolution to this citation error.