Workshop Program

PAN is co-located with the CLEF conference and will be held from September 23 to 26, 2013.

Schedule

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September 23
14:00-17:30Lab overviews (incl. Coffee break)
15 min. talkRecent Trends in Digital Text Forensics and its Evaluation
Tim Gollub, Martin Potthast, Anna Beyer, Matthias Busse, Francisco Rangel, Paolo Rosso, Efstathios Stamatatos, and Benno Stein
17:30-18:00Poster Booster Session
18:00-19:30Poster Session + Welcome Reception
Approaches for Source Retrieval and Text Alignment of Plagiarism Detection
Leilei Kong, Haoliang Qi, Cuixia Du, Mingxing Wang and Zhongyuan Han
Text Alignment Module in CoReMo 2.1 Plagiarism Detector
Diego Antonio Rodríguez-Torrejón and José Manuel Martín Ramos
Guess again and see if they line up: Surrey's runs at plagiarism detection
Lee Gillam
Unsupervised Ranking for Plagiarism Source Retrieval
Kyle Williams, Hung-Hsuan Chen, Sagnik Ray Choudhury and C. Lee Giles
Plagiarism Candidate Retrieval Using Selective Query Formulation and Discriminative Query Scoring
Osama Haggag and Samhaa El-Beltagy
Diverse Queries and Feature Type Selection for Plagiarism Discovery
Šimon Suchomel, Jan Kasprzak and Michal Brandejs
Using a Variety of n-Grams for the Detection of Different Kinds of Plagiarism
Prasha Shrestha and Thamar Solorio
CopyCaptor: Plagiarized Source Retrieval System using Global word frequency and Local feedback
Taemin Lee, Jeongmin Chae, Kinam Park and Soonyoung Jung
Source Retrieval via Naïve Approach and Passage Selection Heuristics
Ondřej Veselý, Tomas Foltynek and Jiří Rybička
Using Hybrid Similarity Methods for Plagiarism Detection Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2013
Yurii Palkovskii and Alexei Belov
Grammar Checker Features for Author Identification and Author Profiling
Roman Kern
Distance Learning for Author Verification
Paola Ledesma, Gibran Fuentes, Gabriela Jasso, Angel Toledo, and Ivan Meza
Style-based Distance Features for Author Verification
Erwan Moreau and Carl Vogel
Authorship Identification Using Correlations of Frequent Features
Timo Petmanson
A Textual Modus Operandi: Surrey's Simple System for Author Identification
Anna Vartapetiance and Lee Gillam
Lexical-Syntactic and Graph-Based Features for Authorship Verification
Darnes Vilariño, David Pinto, Helena Gómez, Saúl León, and Esteban Castillo
Intrinsic Author Identification Using Modified Weighted KNN
M.R. Ghaeini
Vector Space Model and Overlap Metric for Author Identification
Arun Jayapal and Binayak Goswami
INAOE's participation at PAN'13: Author Profiling task
A. Pastor López-Monroy, Manuel Montes-Y-Gómez, Hugo Jair Escalante, Luis Villaseñor-Pineda and Esaú Villatoro-Tello
Ensemble-based classification for author profiling using various features
Michal Meina, Karolina Brodzińska, Bartosz Celmer, Maja Czoków, Martyna Patera, Jakub Pezacki and Mateusz Wilk
Author Profiling Using Corpus Statistics, Lexicons and Stylistic Features
Maria De-Arteaga, Sergio Jimenez, George Dueñas, Sergio Mancera and Julia Baquero
Can We Hide in the Web? Large Scale Simultaneous Age and Gender Author Profiling in Social Media
Lucie Flekova and Iryna Gurevych
Readability for author profiling?
Lee Gillam
Automatic Author Profiling Based on Linguistic and Stylistic Features
Braja Gopal Patra, Somnath Banerjee, Dipankar Das, Tanik Saikh and Sivaji Bandyopadhyay
Semantic-based Features for Author Profiling Identification: First insights
Delia Irazu Hernandez Farias, Rafael Guzmán-Cabrera, Antonio Reyes and Martha Alicia Rocha
CNG text classification for authorship profiling task
Magdalena Jankowska, Vlado Keselj and Evangelos Milios
Style-based distance features for author profiling
Erwan Moreau and Carl Vogel
Author Profiling for English and Spanish Text
Upendra Sapkota, Thamar Solorio, Manuel Montes-Y-Gómez and Gabriela Ramírez-De-La-Rosa
Using Simple Content Features for the Author Profiling Task
Edson Weren, Viviane P. Moreira and Jose Oliveira
Two Methodologies Applied to the Author Profiling Task
Yuridiana Aleman, Nahun Loya, Darnes Vilariño, and David Pinto
Content-centric age and gender profiling
Wee Yong Lim, Jonathan Goh and Vrizlynn L. L. Thing
September 24
Keynote & Author Profiling, Chair: Paolo Rosso
11:00-12:00Identifying Personality and Psychological States in Words
Cindy K. Chung
12:00-12:30Overview of the Author Profiling Task at PAN 2013
Francisco Rangel, Paolo Rosso, Moshe Koppel, Efstathios Stamatatos and Giacomo Inches
12:30-13:00INAOE's participation at PAN'13: Author Profiling task
A. Pastor López Monroy, Manuel Montes y Gómez, Hugo Jair Escalante, Luis Villaseñor Pineda and Esaú Villatoro Tello
12:50-13:00Award for the best performing author profiling approach at PAN'13.
The award is sponsored by the ForensicLab of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, in memoriam of M. Teresa Turell.
13:00-14:30Lunch
Author Profiling & Author Identification, Chair: Patrick Juola
14:30-14:50Ensemble-based classification for author profiling using various features
Michal Meina, Karolina Brodzińska, Bartosz Celmer, Maja Czoków, Martyna Patera, Jakub Pezacki and Mateusz Wilk
14:50-15:10Readability for author profiling?
Lee Gillam
15:10-15:40Overview of the Author Identification Task at PAN 2013
Patrick Juola and Efstathios Stamatatos
15:40-16:10Authorship Verification via k-Nearest Neighbor Estimation
Oren Halvani, Martin Steinebach and Ralf Zimmermann
16:10-16:30Discussion
September 25
Keynote & Author Identification, Chair: Francisco Rangel
11:30-12:30Linguistic Evidence in Court: Current Issues, Current Trends
Lawrence Solan
12:30-12:50Authorship Verification with Compression Features
Cor J. Veenman and Zhenshi Li
12:50-13:10Proximity based One-class Classification with Common N-Gram Dissimilarity for Authorship Verification Task
Magdalena Jankowska, Vlado Keselj and Evangelos Milios
13:10-13:30Discussion
13:30-14:30Lunch
Plagiarism Detection, Chair: Efstathios Stamatatos
14:30-15:00Overview of the 5th International Competition on Plagiarism Detection
Martin Potthast, Matthias Hagen, Tim Gollub, Martin Tippmann, Johannes Kiesel, Paolo Rosso, Efstathios Stamatatos, and Benno Stein
15:00-15:20Text Alignment Module in CoReMo 2.1 Plagiarism Detector
Diego Antonio Rodríguez-Torrejón and José Manuel Martín Ramos
15:20-15:50Approaches for Source Retrieval and Text Alignment of Plagiarism Detection
Leilei Kong, Haoliang Qi, Cuixia Du, Mingxing Wang and Zhongyuan Han
16:50-16:10Plagiarism Candidate Retrieval Using Selective Query Formulation and Discriminative Query Scoring
Osama Haggag and Samhaa El-Beltagy
16:10-16:20Unsupervised Ranking for Plagiarism Source Retrieval
Kyle Williams, Hung-Hsuan Chen, Sagnik Ray Choudhury and C. Lee Giles
16:20-16:30Discussion
20:30Social Dinner: Hotel Balneario Las Arenas

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

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March 1, 2013 (optional).Early bird software submission
April 15, 2013.Software submission for
text alignment and author identification
April 30, 2013.Software submission for
source retrieval and author profiling
May 15, 2013.Evaluation result notification
June 1, 2013.Long paper submission
June 16, 2013.Short paper submission
June 30, 2013.Early bird conference registration
September 23-26, 2013.Conference

If you submit a working prototype of your software by March 1, 2013, we will pre-evaluate it on a subset of your task's test data and notify you of your performance. Based on the pre-evaluation, you may revise and resubmit your software for the full evaluation by April 15, 2013.

If you submit your notebook paper by June 1, 2013, you may write a long paper (8 pages). If you submit by June 16, 2013, your notebook may only be a short paper (4 pages).

If you register for the CLEF conference by June 30, 2013, you may do so at a reduced fee.

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.

Download templates

Notebook

Please prepare a notebook paper which gives a concise description of your approach. If you submitted softwares for more than one task, you may submit one notebook each. Your notebook will be accepted by default and it will be published as part of the CLEF conference proceedings.

The deadline for submitting your notebook is either June 1, 2013, if you choose to write a long paper (8 pages), or June 16, if you choose to write a short paper (4 pages). Your notebook may not exceed the aforementioned page limits, including references, and it must follow the Springer LNCS style guide. Please describe only the approach you implemented to solve the task.

To prepare your notebook paper, we have prepared templates for both Latex and Microsoft Word which follow the LNCS guidelines.

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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

Paolo Rosso

Paolo Rosso

Universitat Politècnica de València

Efstathios Stamatatos

Efstathios Stamatatos

University of the Aegean

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