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A Web-enabled plagiarism detection tool

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2 Author(s)
Neill, C.J. ; Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, PA, USA ; Shanmuganthan, G.

The Internet and the World Wide Web have revolutionized information sharing and searching; it is difficult to remember what academic research was like without it, or how we could possibly live without it again. It is an awesomely powerful resource, and therein lays the rub. We're talking about academic dishonesty. In particular we're talking about plagiarism, or passing off another person's work as your own. This is clearly a big problem for universities and schools, but it is not just an educational problem. The publishing industry, and periodical publications in particular, face the same issues. This paper presents several Web-based tools that can be used to detect plagiarism.

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IT Professional  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 5 )