The third clause of the 3-clause BSD license says:
- Neither the name of the copyright holder nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
I want to publish a software tool developed by me that I use for my research. From this question on Academia.SE, I know that licenses that try to enforce citations of the software when used by other researchers have disadvantages, and it is better for me to "ask nicely".
But let us assume another researcher runs simulations that partially use my code and publishes the results in a journal. Maybe they also publish the full code (which includes my tool), or maybe not: I do not want to enforce this and I am interested in the implications of both cases. Does the third clause prevent them from citing me in their journal publication unless they ask me for permission first? This is not something I want.