A natural language processing approach to automatic plagiarism detection

  title={A natural language processing approach to automatic plagiarism detection},
  author={Chi-Hong Leung and Yuen-Yan Chan},
  booktitle={SIGITE Conference},
The problem of plagiarism has existed for a long time but with the advance of information technology the problem becomes worse. It is because there are many electronic versions of published materials available to everyone. The Web is an important and common source for plagiarism. Some plagiarism detection programs (such as Turnitin) were developed to attempt to deal with this problem. To determine whether an article is copied from the Web or other electronic sources, the plagiarism detection… CONTINUE READING
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