Naomie Salim

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Plagiarism can be of many different natures, ranging from copying texts to adopting ideas, without giving credit to its originator. This paper presents a new taxonomy of plagiarism that highlights differences between literal plagiarism and intelligent plagiarism, from the plagiarist’s behavioral point of view. The taxonomy supports deep understanding of(More)
This report explains our plagiarism detection method using fuzzy semantic-based string similarity approach. The algorithm was developed through four main stages. First is pre-processing which includes tokenisation, stemming and stop words removing. Second is retrieving a list of candidate documents for each suspicious document using shingling and Jaccard(More)
Text summarization can be classified into two approaches: extraction and abstraction. This paper focuses on extraction approach. The goal of text summarization based on extraction approach is sentence selection. One of the methods to obtain the suitable sentences is to assign some numerical measure of a sentence for the summary called sentence weighting and(More)
The scoring mechanism of the text features is the unique way for determining the key ideas in the text to be presented as text summary. The treating of all text features with same level of importance can be considered the main factor causing creating a summary with low quality. In this paper, we introduced a novel text summarization model based on swarm(More)
The features are considered the cornerstone of text summarization. The most important issue is what feature to be considered in a text summarization process. Including all the features in the summarization process may not be considered as an optimal solution. Therefore, other methods need to be deployed. In this paper, random five features used and(More)
This work presents the design and development of a web-based system that supports cross-language similarity analysis and plagiarism detection. A suspicious document d<inf>q</inf> in a language L<inf>q</inf> is to be submitted to the system via a PHP web-based interface. The system will accept the text through either uploading or pasting it directly to a(More)
We discuss the size-bias inherent in several chemical similarity coefficients when used for the similarity searching or diversity selection of compound collections. Limits to the upper bounds of 14 standard similarity coefficients are investigated, and the results are used to identify some exceptional characteristics of a few of the coefficients. An(More)