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XML Based Format for Exchange of Plagiarism Detection Results

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3 Author(s)
Samuel, N. ; SolBridge Int. Sch. of Bus., Woosong Univ., Daejeon, South Korea ; Samuel, N. ; Butakov, S.

There are a number of software tools and solutions on the market of digital plagiarism detection. Some of them work only as a standalone tools, some of them are hardcoded into university-wide learning management systems. XML based language for description of plagiarism detection results will serve as a light-weight integration platform that allows plagiarism detection tools to be easily integrated with existing learning management systems or university portals. Extended implementation of this language should allow end users to choose the most suitable plagiarism detection service. Such an exchange format will also provide a good opportunity for plagiarism detection services to compete on the market. This paper introduces the first draft of XML based language that describes the results of plagiarism detection. The proposed framework provides description of the findings done by a plagiarism detection service as a reply to a request for plagiarism check up. The description consists of three main parts: descriptions of the suspicious and source documents and description of the findings. The paper provides the detailed description of the format supported by extensive use of examples.

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Information Science and Applications (ICISA), 2010 International Conference on

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21-23 April 2010

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