PlagiarismAnalyzer.org has started a major research project about synonyms and semantic links to increase the efficiency of its anti-plagiarism software.
Online PR News – 06-July-2010 – – They say that a policeman cannot be truly successful in his trade without mastering the ways of criminals. It seems that this rule holds true for plagiarism detection as well. When struggling against copyright infringement, it is impossible to miss certain tricks and techniques that are used by certain not-so-conscientious writers. In order to answer these sleighs of hand, PlagiarismAnalyzer.org starts a major project of constructing a database of synonyms and semantic links in order to counteract the wave of paraphrasing.
“We know that certain groundworks of such a project exist already – take Wordnet, for example,” the CEO of PlagiarismAnalyzer.org says. “But we extend the database, introduce new relations and add more sophisticated links and relations in our own research.”
Right now the technology is experiencing the very first stage of its development and is far from even a beta version. Still, the developers seem to be very enthusiastic since even the very basic ideas of using semantic links can prove to be helpful when analyzing the semantics of the checked text and thus increase the efficiency of the company’s software greatly.
More information on the software development will be available soon through further releases at http://PlagiarismAnalyzer.org
PlagiarismAnalyzer.org is a company that has been developing plagiarism detection software for several years. Having a great deal of experience in this field and having acquired a number of permanent clients, PlagiarismAnalyzer.org has proved to be a reliable partner in all things concerning copyright protection.