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Authorship Attribution
  • P. Juola
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Found. Trends Inf. Retr.
  • 6 March 2008
TLDR
Authorship attribution, the science of inferring characteristics of the author from the characteristics of documents written by that author, is a problem with a wide range of application. Expand
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Overview of the Author Identification Task at PAN 2013
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The author identification task at PAN-2014 focuses on author verification. Expand
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Assessing linguistic complexity
The question of “linguistic complexity” is interesting and fruitful. Unfortunately, the intuitive meaning of “complexity” is not amenable to formal analysis. This paper discusses some proposedExpand
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A connectionist model of english past tense and plural morphology
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The acquisition of English noun and verb morphology is modeled using a single-system connectionist network. Expand
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Overview of the International Authorship Identification Competition at PAN-2011
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This paper gives an overview of the evaluation methodology applied to authorship identication solutions as part of PAN 2011. Expand
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A Controlled-corpus Experiment in Authorship Identification by Cross-entropy
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This paper describes an authorship, and more generally document classification, experiment using a cross-entropy technique, a technique sensitive not only to the distributions of language features, but also to their relative interse- quencing, classification judgments can be made with great sensitivity, significance, confidence, and accuracy. Expand
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An Overview of the Traditional Authorship Attribution Subtask
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This paper describes the Traditional Authorship Attribution subtask of the PAN/CLEF 2012 workshop. Expand
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A Prototype for Authorship Attribution Studies
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This paper presents a survey of the current state of the art as well as a framework for uniform and unified development of a tool to apply authorship attribution, despite the wide variety of methods and techniques used. Expand
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Measuring Linguistic Complexity: The Morphological Tier
  • P. Juola
  • Computer Science
  • J. Quant. Linguistics
  • 1 December 1998
TLDR
This article develops an information‐theoretic and functionally motivated method of measuring “linguistic complexity”; from corpora that can in theory be applied to any definable substructure. Expand
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The Rowling Case: A Proposed Standard Analytic Protocol for Authorship Questions
  • P. Juola
  • Computer Science
  • Digit. Scholarsh. Humanit.
  • 1 December 2015
TLDR
We propose a possible solution to one of the major weaknesses in the application of authorship attribution—the absence of clear-cut standards for accurate analytic practice. Expand
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