Computer-Based Authorship Attribution Without Lexical Measures

@article{Stamatatos2001ComputerBasedAA,
  title={Computer-Based Authorship Attribution Without Lexical Measures},
  author={E. Stamatatos and N. Fakotakis and G. Kokkinakis},
  journal={Computers and the Humanities},
  year={2001},
  volume={35},
  pages={193-214}
}
  • E. Stamatatos, N. Fakotakis, G. Kokkinakis
  • Published 2001
  • Computer Science
  • Computers and the Humanities
  • The most important approaches to computer-assistedauthorship attribution are exclusively based onlexical measures that either represent the vocabularyrichness of the author or simply comprise frequenciesof occurrence of common words. In this paper wepresent a fully-automated approach to theidentification of the authorship of unrestricted textthat excludes any lexical measure. Instead we adapt aset of style markers to the analysis of the textperformed by an already existing natural… CONTINUE READING
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