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Automatic detection of source code plagiarism is an important research field for both the commercial software industry and within the research community. Existing methods of plagiarism detection… Continue Reading
In this paper we describe the participation of the Language and Reasoning group from UAM-C in the context of the Cross Language SOurce COde re-use competition (CL-SOCO 2015). We proposed a… Continue Reading
Source code plagiarism can be identified by analyzing similarities of several and diverse aspects of a pair of source code. In this paper we present three types of similarity features that account… Continue Reading
It is common the need to access to the information at documents which use vocabulary far from the usual lexicon (for example laws, agreements, instructions, etc.) when there is no dictionaries,… Continue Reading
Source code plagiarism can be identified by analyzing several and diverse views of a pair of source code. In this paper we present three representations from lexical and structural views of a given… Continue Reading