Analyzing Similarity in Mathematical Content To Enhance the Detection of Academic Plagiarism

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Isele, Maurice-Roman;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Information Retrieval

Despite the effort put into the detection of academic plagiarism, it continues to be a ubiquitous problem spanning all disciplines. Various tools have been developed to assist human inspectors by automatically identifying suspicious documents. However, to our knowledge ... View more
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