Comment on “Math. Meth. Appl. Sci. 2023;1–3.”
In this scholarly analysis, we aim to address the inaccuracies and
unsupported claims presented in the paper “Math. Meth. Appl. Sci.
2023;1–3,”’authored by Elsayed M. E. Zayed and Shoukry El-Ganaini.
Their paper  asserts that the authors of “Math Meth Appl Sci.
2021;44:2682–2691”employed the Khater method to solve the
nonlinear fractional Cahn–Allen equation. It is imperative to emphasize
that this claim lacks validity. Contrarily, upon a meticulous
examination of our own work , we find that Mostafa M. A. Khater,
Ahmet Bekir, Dianchen Lu, and Raghda A. M. Attia employed the
modified Khater method, a robust computational technique
recently introduced by Prof. Mostafa M. A. Khater. This assertion is
substantiated by a substantial body of Prof. Mostafa M. A. Khater’s work
(as cited in references [3–6]). These findings unmistakably
contradict the assertions made in “Math. Meth. Appl. Sci. 2023, ”which
erroneously claim the utilization of the Khater method. It is
also of utmost importance to address the implications of these
inaccuracies. The claims put forth by Zayed and El-Ganaini not only
misrepresent the actual methodology used but also erroneously question
the authorship of the modified Khater method, implying that it
does not originate from Prof. Mostafa M. A. Khater. To counter this
assertion, we emphasize Prof. Khater’s extensive publication history,
which indisputably demonstrates his scholarly contributions employing
the modified Khater method in the years 2018 and
2019 (as thoroughly documented in references [3–6]). In
summary, our analysis underscores the discrepancies and ethical concerns
within the aforementioned paper, asserting that it not only
misrepresents the methodology employed but also inaccurately questions
the ownership of the modified Khater method. This casts doubt
on the integrity of the authors’ claims, suggesting an unwarranted
attempt to appropriate the contributions of another researcher.