Explanation of erroneous statements on m-smac and m-crash in 2008 AAAM paper


Over the years, several papers have taken cheap shots at SMAC or CRASH, some funded by automobile manufacturers, and some as thinly veiled sales pitches for competing software or services. For the full list see Erroneous published statements on SMAC & CRASH

The following is information on a 2008 AAAM paper:

In 2008, AAAM published a paper with the title Minor crashes and 'whiplash' in the United States authored by Bartsch AJ, Gilbertson LG, Prakash V, Morr DR, Wiechel JF which incorrectly mentions m-smac and m-crash with no basis in fact or research.

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