PlagiarismAnalyzer.org introduces a new module into its detection software to analyze the syntactic structure of texts.
Online PR News – 19-April-2010 – – PlagiarismAnalyzer.org never rests on its laurels considering constant self-development as a key factor of successful business. Even after developing the efficient and state-of-the-art software designed for plagiarism detection of academic papers, PlagiarismAnalyzer.org tracks the feedback of its clients and offers new versions and updates of its product on a regular basis. While regular updates have became a common occurrence of the company, last week was a great step in the PlagiarismAnalyzer.org working routine since it has featured the placement of new syntactic module into operation.
“Our new module is a complete overhaul rather than an ordinary technical update,” says the CEO of PlagiarismAnalyzer.org. “Plainly speaking, every plagiarism detection service deals with syntactic structure of the text or its word order or semantics in other words. With our newest module we have equalized both approaches in our software.”
Now the software of PlagiarismAnalyzer.org will analyze both the words and the phrase structure used by the author of every text. This approach increases the reliability of the plagiarism detection software greatly. The number of “false alerts” generated by the use of common word combinations will also be decreased thus making the use of PlagiarismAnalyzer.org software more comfortable and user-friendly.
More information on the news, services and regular updates of the company can be found at plagiarismanalyzer.org website.
PlagiarismAnalyzer.org is a plagiarism detection service that specializes in certifying the uniqueness and originality of academic papers. Having developed strong ties of cooperation with a number of custom writing companies over the last several years, PlagiarismAnalyzer.org offers its services with struggling against plagiarism in any form or shape.