September 22-23, 2017Topic:
Copy & paste and paraphrased plagiarism detectionRegistration: https://goo.gl/tp6r7N
or on the day of the event on-siteContact information: email@example.com
Hack the Plagiarizer!
For the first time ever, a plagiarism detection for the Russian language hackathon is organized, co-located with the AINL
What is it about?
The Hackathon is focused on developing and evaluating algorithms for monolingual Russian plagiarism detection with the focus on scientific texts (academic plagiarism). The problem offered to the participants will be similar to the Text Alignment (TA) task evaluated at the PAN competitions
; i.e., in a pair of texts, paraphrased or copy-pasted fragments taken from one text are to be found in a second text. For the task, the organizers provide training data. Participants are supposed to develop and train their approaches on this dataset.
The Hackathon opens with the talks by the Hackathon organizers. They will tell about the technologies used in plagiarism detection. More details on the hackathon rules and workflow
. (in Russian)Hackathon organizers
Mikhail Kopotev (University of Helsinki), Andrey Kutuzov (University of Oslo), Ivan Smirnov and Denis Zubarev (Institute for Systems Analysis, FRC CSC RAS, Moscow), Olga Lyashevskaya (Higher School of Economics, Moscow).