Volume : 2, Issue : 4, APR 2016
Bhoomi Lad, Foram Joshi, Sheetal Patel
Plagiarism is snitching of other people's thoughts, words or ideas without proper acknowledgement of source. Plagiarism has seen widespread activities in recent times which affects the trustworthiness/ positiveness /reliability/integrity of organizations as well as its ability to ensure quality of its clients. Plagiarism detection of research papers deals with checking similarities with other research papers. Manual detection of plagiarism is not very easy and is time consuming due to vast amounts of data available and also the assigned reviewer may not have adequate knowledge in the research disciplines. They may have different way of thinking, views, creating errors and misinterpretations. Therefore, there was a need for an emphatic and feasible approach to check the submitted research papers with support of automated software.
Plagiarism types, plagiarism detection, plagiarism techniques, plagiarism prevention, plagiarism algorithms.
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