This is the 2nd evaluation lab on source code re-use detection and the 1st evaluation lab on plagiarism detection in Arabic text. PAN@FIRE will be held as part of the FIRE 2015 Forum for Information Retrieval Evaluation in Gandhinagar, India, on December 4-6, 2015.
Given a source code, is it an original?
This task focuses on the detection of cross-language source code re-use. It is about searching for likely source code pairs written in different programming languages of being a re-use case.
Given a document written in Arabic, does it contain plagiarism?
This task offers to you the opportunity to evaluate your plagiarism detection method on Arabic documents. It is composed of two sub-tasks: External Plagiarism Detection & Intrinsic Plagiarism Detection. Participants can participate to one or both sub-tasks.