IHCI 2011

Third International Conference on Intelligent Human Computer Interaction

August 29 - August 31, 2011 - Prague

 

Actual Instruction for Authors

Invited Talk

Dr. Juan D. Velásquez

Velásquez is Associate Professor with the Industrial Engineering Department at University of Chile

He is a Civil Electrical and Computing Engineer, a Master of Engineering Science with a minor in Industrial Engineering (management emphasis), a Master of Science with a minor in Computing, and an LLM in Information Technology and Telecommunications Law, University of Chile. He is a Doctor in Information Engineering, University of Tokyo and a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Knowledge Discovery, Computing Laboratory, University of Oxford. During his academic life, he has been adviser for more than 80 reports and theses (master and doctorate), has written more than 100 scientific publications and book chapters, is the author of the book Adaptive Web Site: A Knowledge Extraction from Web Data Approach, published by IOS Press in 2008 and editor in chief of the book Advanced Techniques in Web Intelligence, published by Springer-Verlang in September, 2010. He has been a visiting professor at the Computing Laboratory, University of Oxford, UK, at the Center for Collaborative Research, University of Tokyo, Japan, and the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, besides being a guest lecturer in more than 10 countries. In 2009, he was the General Chair of the International Knowledge Engineering System (KES) Conference, which was held for the first time in Latin America (Santiago, Chile, September). He was the winner of the UNESCO 60th anniversary medal “Thinking and Building Peace” in 2009, and in 2010 was distinguished with the "Best Undergraduate Professor" award by the University of Chile.

Title: Building a Document Copy Detector: The Docode Project Experience

Abstract: Nowadays, originality is taken for granted. In fields such as academia or patent creation, checking the originality for a given contribution is a key step for the acceptance of a real update in the state of the art.. Furthermore, in education, checking for originality is associated to the enhancement of the quality of students' works, which lead us to the birth of the Docode Project. In this talk, all steps taken into consideration for development of a system for document copy detection are presented. First, an overall introduction to the Docode Project is presented together with some general aspects on the development team. Then, specific algorithms for intrinsic and external plagiarism detection are discussed, together with some information retrieval components which were crucial for the development of the Docode system. Finally, the integration of the implemented modules into an engine that gathers all previously presented algorithms is detailed. Final conclusions and experiences are overviewed, leading to discussions on experiences and potential improvements to the Docode project.