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An Application of Detecting Plagiarism using Dynamic Incremental Comparison Method

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3 Author(s)
Byung-ryul Ahn ; Artificial Intelligence Lab., School of Information and Communication Engineering, SungKyunKwan University, 300 Chunchun-Dong, Jangan-Ku, Suwon-si 440-746, South Korea. ; Heon Kim ; Moon-hyun Kim

At present, a lot of information that is provided online is actually being plagiarized or illegally copied. Specifically, it is very tricky to identify some plagiarism from tremendous amount of information because the original sentences can be simply restructured or replaced with similar words, which would make them look different from original sentences. This means that managing and protecting the knowledge start to be regarded as important, though it is important to create the knowledge through the investment and efforts. This dissertation tries to suggest new method and theory that would be instrumental in effectively detecting any infringement on and plagiarism of intellectual property of others. Dynamic incremental comparison method, a method which was developed by this research to detect plagiarism of document, focuses on realizing a system that can detect plagiarized documents and parts efficiently, accurately and immediately by creating positive and various detectors

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2006 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security  (Volume:1 )

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Nov. 2006