Bug: Importing in desktop erroneously infers Biomedical titles although it's all IxD/HCI matter.
E.g., the original article being imported is:
Bødker; Andersen. Complex Mediation. Human-computer Interaction, vol. 20. 2006.
but Mendeley Desktop interprets it to be:
Badinga, L et alli. Complex mediation of uterine endometrial epithelial cell growth by insulin-like growth factor-II (IGF-II) and IGF-binding protein-2. Journal of molecular endocrinology, vol. 3. 1999.
It's totally nonsense. There's something wrong with the guessing algorythm. It happens more frequently than it should, and the wrong inferences always show biomedical titles.
Thanks for your reply. I'll send the one used as an example and pick 2 or 3 others.
It is worth noting that many of those words in the title "guessed" by Mendeley Desktop were not present anywhere in the text content. There's no endochrinology or insulin or protein in that specific HCI article, that I can assure.
William Gunn commented
Mendeley Desktop doesn't guess if it can find accurate information in the PDF. I would suggest using the DOI or Google Scholar lookup to get the correct information, and you might also want to send a few of the erroneously imported PDFs to support so they can take a look at what's going on.