Intrinsic Plagiarism Analysis with Meta Learning

@inproceedings{Stein2007IntrinsicPA,
  title={Intrinsic Plagiarism Analysis with Meta Learning},
  author={Benno Stein and Sven Meyer zu Eissen},
  booktitle={PAN},
  year={2007}
}
In intrinsic plagiarism analysis we are given a document, allegedly written by a single author, and the task is to find sufficient evidence either to accept or to reject this hypothesis. Existing research to intrinsic plagiarism analysis tries to quantify changes in the writing style by analyzing the distributions of particular style markers. This way, acceptable detection rates can be achieved if the portion of plagiarized sections is known a-priori and if the document is of a single genre… CONTINUE READING
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