Detecting Collaborations in Text Comparing the Authors' Rhetorical Language Choices in The Federalist Papers

@article{Collins2004DetectingCI,
  title={Detecting Collaborations in Text Comparing the Authors' Rhetorical Language Choices in The Federalist Papers},
  author={Jeff Collins and David Kaufer and Pantelis K. Vlachos and Brian S. Butler and Suguru Ishizaki},
  journal={Computers and the Humanities},
  year={2004},
  volume={38},
  pages={15-36}
}
In author attribution studies function words or lexical measures areoften used to differentiate the authors' textual fingerprints. Thesestudies can be thought of as quantifying the texts, representing thetext with measured variables that stand for specific textual features.The resulting quantifications, while proven useful for statisticallydifferentiating among the texts, bear no resemblance to the understanding a human reader – even an astute one – would develop whilereading the texts. In this… 
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