N-gram Distributions in Texts as Proxy for Textual Fingerprints
Item Type:Book Chapter
Citation:N-gram Distributions in Texts as Proxy for Textual Fingerprints, Anna Esposito, Maja Bratanic, Eric Keller and Maria Marinaro, Fundamentals of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and the Biometric Issue, Amsterdam, IOS Press, 2007, 189 - 194, Carl Vogel
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Recent experiments using mainly character unigram distributions in authorship attribution tasks are discussed. Results so far indicate efficacy in similarity judgements seemingly good enough for `balance of probabilities' standards, but not yet for proof `beyond reasonable doubt'.
Selected participants' contributions presented at the International NATO-ASI Summer School on "Fundamentals of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and the Biometrical Issue", held in Vietri sul Mare, Italy, September 2-12, 2006.
Author: VOGEL, CARL
Other Titles:Fundamentals of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and the Biometric Issue
Type of material:Book Chapter
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Keywords:text classification, authorship attribution, forensic linguistics, computational linguistics
Subject (TCD):Ageing , Cancer , Creative Arts Practice , Creative Technologies , Digital Humanities , Inclusive Society , Intelligent Content & Communications , International Integration , Next Generation Medical Devices , Smart & Sustainable Planet , Telecommunications , Computational linguistics
ISSN:978 1 58603 733 8