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CitePlag : A Citation-based Plagiarism Detection System Prototype

@inproceedings{Meuschke2012CitePlagA,
  title={CitePlag : A Citation-based Plagiarism Detection System Prototype},
  author={Norman Meuschke and Bela Gipp and Corinna Breitinger},
  year={2012}
}
This paper presents an open-source prototype of a citation-based plagiarism detection system called CitePlag. [] Key Method The algorithms consider multiple citation-related factors such as proximity and order of citations within the text, or their probability of co-occurrence in order to compute document similarity scores. We present technical details of CitePlag’s detection algorithms and the acquisition of test data from the PubMed Central Open Access Subset. Future advancement of the prototype lies in…

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