Workshop Program

PAN is co-located with the CLEF conference and will be held from September 19 to 22, 2011.

Schedule

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September 19
Lab overviews
14:00-16:00
20 min. talk
PAN'11 - Uncovering Plagiarism, Authorship, and Social Software Misuse
Benno Stein
16:00-16:30Coffee Break
16:30-18:00Poster Session
EPSMS and the Document Occurrence Representation for Authorship Identification? - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Hugo Jair Escalante
Baseline Approaches for the Authorship Identification Task - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Darnes Vilariño Ayala, Esteban Castillo, David Pinto, Saul Leon, and Mireya Tovar Vidal
An Empirical Research: "Wikipedia Vandalism Detection using VandalSense 2.0" - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
F. Gediz Aksit
Using WordNet-based Semantic Similarity Measurement in External Plagiarism Detection - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Yurii Palkovskii, Alexei Belov, and Iryna Muzyka
Rule Based Plagiarism Detection using Information Retrieval - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Aniruddha Ghosh, Pinaki Bhaskar, Santanu Pal, and Sivaji Bandyopadhyay
Using Clustering to Identify Outlier Chunks of Text - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Navot Akiva
September 21
Vandalism Detection, Chair: Martin Potthast
10:30-10:55Multilingual Vandalism Detection using Language-Independent & Ex Post Facto Evidence - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Andrew West and Insup Lee
Authorship Identification, Chair: Moshe Koppel
10:55-11:10Overview of the International Authorship Identification Competition at PAN-2011
Shlomo Argamon and Patrick Juola
11:10-11:35A Multitude of Linguistically-rich Features for Authorship Attribution - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Ludovic Tanguy, Assaf Urieli, Basilio Calderone, Nabil Hathout, and Franck Sajous
11:35-12:00Author Identification Using Semi-supervised Learning - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Ioannis Kourtis and Efstathios Stamatatos
12:00-12:15Authorship Identification with Modality Specific Meta Features - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Thamar Solorio, Sangita Pillay and Manuel Montes-Y-Gómez
12:15-12:30Authorship Identification in Large Email Collections: Experiments Using Features that Belong to Different Linguistic Levels - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
George K. Mikros and Kostas Perifanos
12:30-14:00Lunch
Authorship Identification, Chair: Patrick Juola
14:00-14:15Improved Implementation for Finding Text Similarities in Large Collections of Data - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Ján Grman and Rudolf Ravas
14:15-14:30Authorship Attribution of E-mail as a Multi-Class Task - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Kim Luyckx
Keynote and Panel Discussion, Chair: Paolo Rosso
14:30-15:10Forensic Plagiarism Detection and Authorship Attribution: On the Linguists' Achievements and the Challenges for Computerized Analysis
M. Teresa Turell and Malcolm Coulthard
15:10-16:00Panel discussion
September 22
Plagiarism Detection, Chair: Efstathios Stamatatos
9:00-9:25Vote/Veto Meta-Classifier for Authorship Identification - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Roman Kern, Christin Seifert, Mario Zechner, and Michael Granitzer
9:25-9:40Overview of the 3rd International Competition on Plagiarism Detection
Martin Potthast, Andreas Eiselt, Alberto Barrón-Cedeño, Benno Stein, and Paolo Rosso
9:40-10:05Approaches for Intrinsic and External Plagiarism Detection - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Gabriel Oberreuter, Gaston L'Huillier, Sebástian Ríos, and Juan Velásquez
10:05-10:30Intrinsic Plagiarism Detection Using Character Trigram Distance Scores - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Mike Kestemont, Kim Luyckx and Walter Daelemans
10:30-10:45The Encoplot Similarity Measure for Automatic Detection of Plagiarism - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Cristian Grozea and Marius Popescu
10:45-11:00External Plagiarism Detection using Information Retrieval and Sequence Alignment - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Rao Muhammad Adeel Nawab, Mark Stevenson and Paul Clough
11:00-11:05A High-performance Plagiarism Detection System - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2011
Neil Cooke, Lee Gillam, Peter Wrobel, Henry Cooke, and Fahad Al-Obaidli
11:05-11:30Coffee Break
Reports from the Labs
11:30-13:15
10 min. talk
PAN'11: Results, Lessons Learned, and Outlook
Martin Potthast

The workshop program is an excerpt that pertains to PAN from the CLEF conference program.

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Mar 15, 2011Training data release
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Jul 29, 2011Acceptance notification
Aug 14, 2011Camera-ready paper
Sep 19-22, 2011Conference

Registration

To register, fill out and submit this form.

Notebooks

We ask you to submit a notebook paper, and a short abstract for printing. Please prepare the two texts as outlined below. For your convenience, we provide templates for both.

Abstract

Please prepare an abstract to be included in the printed proceedings of the CLEF conference. The abstract should at most 400 words, and be structured as follows:

  • Title, authors, affiliations, e-mail addresses
  • Body of text, which should contain information on:
    • tasks performed
    • main objectives of experiments
    • approach(es) used
    • resources employed
    • results obtained

To prepare your abstract, please use this Microsoft Word template. Please do not use any other document format.

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Notebook

All participants who submit results for a task are entitled to publish a notebook in the PAN proceedings which describes their approach.

The length of a notebook may be one of the following (including references):

  • full paper, max. 10 pages
  • short paper, max. 6 pages
  • poster paper, max. 4 pages
  • demo paper, max. 2 pages

The notebook must be written in English, formatted using the paper template found below, and submitted in electronic form (PDF or Postscript).

All submitted notebooks are accepted by default, but they will be peer-reviewed for quality. Dependent on the reviews we will decide whether or not to reduce the length of your notebook for the final version. After the reviews, the notebooks shall be revised according to the reviewers comments and the final version be resubmitted.

All final notebooks will be published online with a regular ISBN number.

We encourage you to also submit the source code of your prototype as a ZIP archive alongside your notebook. This will allow for better reproducibility of your results and it will allow those following your approach to better understand how you did it. The source code will be published online alongside your paper. It may be published under any license of your choosing.

We expect that at least one author of each notebook will attend the PAN workshop at the CLEF conference and present their approach.

We have prepared notebook templates for each task. Each template contains a set of instructions on what we would like to know about your protoype.

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The notebooks are formatted in the LNCS proceedings style. Please do not change the formatting.

Please submit your notebook by July 15, 2011 to our conference managment system.

Submission System

Submission of abstracts and notebooks is to be done electronically through the Easychair system.

Organizing Committee

Martin Potthast

Martin Potthast

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Benno Stein

Benno Stein

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Alberto Barrón-Cedeño

Alberto Barrón-Cedeño

Universitat Politècnica de València

Paolo Rosso

Paolo Rosso

Universitat Politècnica de València

Efstathios Stamatatos

Efstathios Stamatatos

University of the Aegean

Patrick Juola

Patrick Juola

Duquesne University

Shlomo Argamon

Shlomo Argamon

Illinois Institute of Technology

Moshe Koppel

Moshe Koppel

Bar-Ilan University

Program Committee

Eneko AgirreUniversity of the Basque Country
Anabela BarreiroUniversidade do Porto
Alberto Barrón-CedeñoUniversidad Politécnica de Valencia
Steven BurrowsBauhaus-Universität Weimar
Fazli CanBilkent University
Carole ChaskiInstitute for Linguistic Evidence
Jordi Cicres BoschUniversitat de Girona / Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Paul CloughUniversity of Sheffield
Malcolm CoulthardAston University
Atsushi FujitaFuture University Hakodate
Christian GuetlUniversity of Technology Graz
Graeme HirstUniversity of Toronto
Moshe KoppelBar-Ilan University
Kim LuyckxUniversity of Antwerp
Antonia MartiUniversitat de Barcelona
Sven Meyer zu EissenBayer Business Services
Manuel Montes-y-GómezINAOE-Puebla
George MikrosNational and Capodestrian University of Athens
David PintoBenemerita Universidad Autonoma Puebla
Martin PotthastBauhaus-Universität Weimar
Mike ReddyNewport Business School
Horacio RodriguezUniversidad Politécnica de Cataluña
Paolo RossoUniversidad Politécnica de Valencia
Thamar SolorioUniversity of Alabama at Birmingham
Efstathios StamatatosUniversity of the Aegean
Benno SteinBauhaus-Universität Weimar
M. Teresa Turell JuliáUniversitat Pompeu Fabra
Ozlem UzunerState University of New York
Marta VilaUniversitat de Barcelona

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