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CICLING
2010
Springer
10 years 5 months ago
Who's the Thief? Automatic Detection of the Direction of Plagiarism
Determining the direction of plagiarism (who plagiarized whom in a given pair of documents) is one of the most interesting problems in the field of automatic plagiarism detection. ...
Cristian Grozea, Marius Popescu
GECCO
2007
Springer
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11 years 2 months ago
Using code metric histograms and genetic algorithms to perform author identification for software forensics
We have developed a technique to characterize software developers' styles using a set of source code metrics. This style fingerprint can be used to identify the likely author...
Robert Charles Lange, Spiros Mancoridis
NAACL
2010
10 years 8 months ago
Detecting Emails Containing Requests for Action
Automatically finding email messages that contain requests for action can provide valuable assistance to users who otherwise struggle to give appropriate attention to the actionab...
Andrew Lampert, Robert Dale, Cécile Paris
SIGSOFT
2005
ACM
11 years 4 months ago
PR-Miner: automatically extracting implicit programming rules and detecting violations in large software code
Programs usually follow many implicit programming rules, most of which are too tedious to be documented by programmers. When these rules are violated by programmers who are unawar...
Zhenmin Li, Yuanyuan Zhou
INTETAIN
2009
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Stay Tuned! An Automatic RSS Feeds Trans-coder
News aggregators are widely used to read RSS feeds but they require the user to be in front of a screen. While moving, people usually do not have any display, or very small ones. M...
Patrick Salamin, Alexandre Wetzel, Daniel Thalmann...
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