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EPCI: extracting potentially copyright infringement texts from the web

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EPCI: extracting potentially copyright infringement texts from the web
In this paper, we propose a new system extracting potentially copyright infringement texts from the Web, called EPCI. EPCI extracts them in the following way: (1) generating a set of queries based on a given copyright reserved seed-text, (2) putting every query to search engine API, (3) gathering the search result Web pages from high ranking until the similarity between the given seed-text and the search result pages becomes less than a given threshold value, and (4) merging all the gathered pages, then reranking them in the order of their similarity. Our experimental result using 40 seed-texts shows that EPCI is able to extract 132 potentially copyright infringement Web pages per a given copyright reserved seed-text with 94% precision in average. Categories and Subject Descriptors: H.3.3 [INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL]: ? Information Search and Retrieval General Terms: Experimentation
Takashi Tashiro, Takanori Ueda, Taisuke Hori, Yu H
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Year 2007
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Authors Takashi Tashiro, Takanori Ueda, Taisuke Hori, Yu Hirate, Hayato Yamana
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