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This paper presents a system for self-plagiarism detection, SPLAT. The system uses a WebL web spider that crawls through the web sites of the top fifty Computer Science departments, downloading research papers and grouping them by author. Next a text-comparison algorithm is used to search for instances of textual reuse. Instances of potential selfplagiarism… (More)
Trochlear morphology impacts component position in patellofemoral arthroplasty. We devised a measurement of the trochlear inclination angle (TIA) and determined the average TIA in normal and dysplastic knees. Three hundred twenty-nine consecutive magnetic resonance imagings of normal and dysplastic knees were evaluated. The TIA was measured by 2 reviewers.… (More)
This article reviews useful diagnostic criteria and imaging pitfalls more commonly encountered in the knee. Knowledge of the anatomy and pathologic conditions presented can lead to more accurate and useful interpretation that can assist clinicians in patient care.
We present a web spider that crawls through the web sites of the top fifty Computer Science departments, downloading research papers to search for instances of self-plagiarism by Computer Science professors. Instances of self-plagiarism for each author are reported so that they may be investigated in order to determine if they are truly fraudulent papers.
Gonococcal infection in caesarean delivered babies is very rare and is usually limited to ophthalmia neonatorum. The mother had rupture of membranes 14 hours before the caesarean section. The infection was most likely introduced by the fetal scalp electrode probes applied 2 hours before delivery. This is the first reported of a neonatal gonococcal abscess… (More)