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Citation Pattern Matching Algorithms for Citation-based Plagiarism Detection : Greedy Citation Tiling, Citation Chunking and Longest Common Citation Sequence

Citation Pattern Matching Algorithms for Citation-based Plagiarism Detection : Greedy Citation Tiling, Citation Chunking and Longest Common Citation Sequence

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GIPP, Bela, Norman MEUSCHKE, 2011. Citation Pattern Matching Algorithms for Citation-based Plagiarism Detection : Greedy Citation Tiling, Citation Chunking and Longest Common Citation Sequence. ACM Symposium on Document Engineering 11. Mountain View, 19. Sep 2011 - 22. Sep 2011. In: MATTHEW HARDY, , ed.. Proceedings of the 11th ACM symposium on Document engineering : September 19 - 22, 2011, Mountain View, California, USA. ACM Symposium on Document Engineering 11. Mountain View, 19. Sep 2011 - 22. Sep 2011. New York, NY:ACM, pp. 249-258. ISBN 978-1-4503-0863-2. Available under: doi: 10.1145/2034691.2034741

@inproceedings{Gipp2011Citat-30845, title={Citation Pattern Matching Algorithms for Citation-based Plagiarism Detection : Greedy Citation Tiling, Citation Chunking and Longest Common Citation Sequence}, year={2011}, doi={10.1145/2034691.2034741}, isbn={978-1-4503-0863-2}, address={New York, NY}, publisher={ACM}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 11th ACM symposium on Document engineering : September 19 - 22, 2011, Mountain View, California, USA}, pages={249--258}, editor={Matthew Hardy}, author={Gipp, Bela and Meuschke, Norman} }

Gipp, Bela eng 2015-04-30T07:57:15Z 2015-04-30T07:57:15Z Meuschke, Norman Meuschke, Norman Plagiarism Detection Systems have been developed to locate instances of plagiarism e.g. within scientific papers. Studies have shown that the existing approaches deliver reasonable results in identifying copy&paste plagiarism, but fail to detect more sophisticated forms such as paraphrased plagiarism, translation plagiarism or idea plagiarism. The authors of this paper demonstrated in recent studies that the detection rate can be significantly improved by not only relying on text analysis, but by additionally analyzing the citations of a document. Citations are valuable language independent markers that are similar to a fingerprint. In fact, our examinations of real world cases have shown that the order of citations in a document often remains similar even if the text has been strongly paraphrased or translated in order to disguise plagiarism.<br /><br />This paper introduces three algorithms and discusses their suitability for the purpose of citation-based plagiarism detection. Due to the numerous ways in which plagiarism can occur, these algorithms need to be versatile. They must be capable of detecting transpositions, scaling and combinations in a local and global form. The algorithms are coined Greedy Citation Tiling, Citation Chunking and Longest Common Citation Sequence. The evaluation showed that if these algorithms are combined, common forms of plagiarism can be detected reliably. 2011 Citation Pattern Matching Algorithms for Citation-based Plagiarism Detection : Greedy Citation Tiling, Citation Chunking and Longest Common Citation Sequence Gipp, Bela

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