Citation based plagiarism detection: a new approach to identify plagiarized work language independently

@inproceedings{Gipp2010CitationBP,
  title={Citation based plagiarism detection: a new approach to identify plagiarized work language independently},
  author={Bela Gipp and J. Beel},
  booktitle={HT '10},
  year={2010}
}
This paper describes a new approach towards detecting plagiarism and scientific documents that have been read but not cited. In contrast to existing approaches, which analyze documents' words but ignore their citations, this approach is based on citation analysis and allows duplicate and plagiarism detection even if a document has been paraphrased or translated, since the relative position of citations remains similar. Although this approach allows in many cases the detection of plagiarized… Expand
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