PlagiarismAnalyzer.org has launched several seminars on philology for programmers of the company in order to increase their awareness of the ways of language.
Online PR News – 30-June-2010 – – Developing software for plagiarism detection is a curious trade – it balances at the very verge of programming and philology. Certainly, you will not go far without skills in programming but let us be honest with ourselves: what is the use of plagiarism detection if it does not utilize the regularities of language? The developers of PlagiarismAnalyzer.org are already well-versed in the ways of words but the company administration has decided that there is no limit to self-development. As a result, a series of seminars in philology was held last week in order to increase the professional skills of our programmers in this field.
“I’m a passionate fan of reading myself,” the lead programmer of PlagiarismAnalyzer.org says, “and had been trying myself in journalism until I joined the PA. So, I can’t say that language and writing are new to me. But even I have found the experience of this course fascinating.”
The complexity of philology as opposed to computer sciences lies in the fact that language lacks certain inner logic that makes it hard for programmers to deal with it. Therefore, the course featured a somehow unique approach to philology: the one that combines logic, historical aspects of language’s development and modern structures. As a result of this course, several ideas for future updates emerged and the developers’ team is already going to implement them in 2-3 months.
The detailed information about events and updates of the company is available at http://plagiarismanalyzer.org.
PlagiarismAnalyzer.org is a copyright protection company that specializes in the field of plagiarism detection and certifying the originality of web content. Having a number of permanent clients, PlagiarismAnalyzer.org has proved to be a reliable partner and a developing company.