The following table compiles all papers, corpora, notebooks, talks, and runs of PAN 2015.
|PAN Overview Papers|
Efstathios Stamatatos, Martin Potthast, Francisco Rangel, Paolo Rosso, and Benno Stein.
Overview of the PAN/CLEF 2015 Evaluation Lab.
Matthias Hagen, Martin Potthast, and Benno Stein.
Source Retrieval for Plagiarism Detection from Large Web Corpora: Recent Approaches.
Martin Potthast, Steve Göring, Paolo Rosso, and Benno Stein.
Towards Data Submissions for Shared Tasks: First Experiences for the Task of Text Alignment.
Efstathios Stamatatos, Walter Daelemans, Ben Verhoeven, Patrick Juola, Aurelio López López, Martin Potthast, and Benno Stein.
Overview of the Author Identification Task at PAN 2015.
Francisco Rangel, Fabio Celli, Paolo Rosso, Martin Potthast, Benno Stein, and Walter Daelemans.
Overview of the 3rd Author Profiling Task at PAN 2015.
|PAN Evaluation Corpora|
Plagiarism Detection: Source Retrieval.
Marc Franco-Salvador, Imene Bensalem, Enrique Flores, Parth Gupta, and Paolo Rosso.
PAN 2015 Shared Task on Plagiarism Detection: Evaluation of Corpora for Text Alignment - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2015.
From the Heilongjiang Institute of Technology: Submission to the 7th International Competition on Plagiarism Detection.
Vahid Zarrabi, Javad Rafiei, Khadijeh Khoshnava, Habibollah Asghari, and Salar Mohtaj.
Evaluation of Text Reuse Corpora for Text Alignment Task of plagiarism Detection - Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2015.
Roy Bayot and Teresa Gonçalves.
From the Universidade de Évora: Submission to the 3rd International Competition on Author Profiling.
PAN is co-located with the CLEF conference and will be held from September 8 to 11, 2015.
|Lab Overviews 1|
|30 min. talk||Overview of the PAN/CLEF 2015 Evaluation Lab|
Efstathios Stamatatos, Martin Potthast, Francisco Rangel, Paolo Rosso, and Benno Stein
|Lab Overviews 2|
|Keynotes, Chair: Paolo Rosso|
|08:30-09:30||Deception Detection in Criminal Analysis: From Lie Detector to Stylometry|
|09:30-10:30||Author Profiling in Practice|
|10:30-11:00||Break + Posters|
|Author Identification, Chair: Efstathios Stamatatos|
|11:00-11:30||Overview of the Author Identification Task at PAN 2015|
Efstathios Stamatatos, Walter Daelemans, Ben Verhoeven, Patrick Juola, Aurelio López López, Martin Potthast, and Benno Stein
|11:30-11:50||Author Verification: Basic Stacked Generalization Applied To Predictions from a Set of Heterogeneous Learners|
Erwan Moreau, Arun Jayapal, Gerard Lynch, and Carl Vogel
|11:50-12:10||GLAD: Groningen Lightweight Authorship Detection|
Manuela Hürlimann, Benno Weck, Esther van den Berg, Simon Šuster, and Malvina Nissim
|12:10-12:30||Homotopy Based Classification for Author Verification Task|
Josue Gutierrez, Jose Casillas, Paola Ledesma, Gibran Fuentes, and Ivan Meza
|12:30-12:50||An Author Verification Approach Based on Differential Features|
Alberto Bartoli, Alex Dagri, Andrea De Lorenzo, Eric Medvet, and Fabiano Tarlao
|13:00-14:00||Lunch + Posters|
|19:30||City Hall Welcome Reception|
|All participants are invited to present their work as a poster|
|CLEF Sessions Best of the Labs 2014|
|30 min. talk||Adaptive Algorithm for Plagiarism Detection|
Miguel A. Sánchez-Pérez, Alexander Gelbukh and Grigori Sidorov
|Author Profiling, Chair: Francisco Rangel|
|13:30-14:00||Overview of the 3rd Author Profiling Task at PAN 2015|
Francisco Rangel, Fabio Celli, Paolo Rosso, Martin Potthast, Benno Stein, and Walter Daelemans
|14:00||Award of appreciation for the overall best performing author profiling approach, sponsored by MeaningCloud.|
|14:00-14:20||INAOE's Participation at PAN'15: Author Profiling Task|
Miguel A. Álvarez-Carmona, A. Pastor López-Monroy, Manuel Montes-y-Gómez, Luis Villaseñor-Pineda, and Hugo Jair Escalante
|14:20-14:40||Tweets Classification Using Corpus Dependent Tags, Character and POS N-grams|
Carlos E. González-Gallardo, Azucena Montes, Gerardo Sierra, J. Antonio Núñez-Juárez, Adolfo Jonathan Salinas-López, and Juan Ek
|14:40-15:00||XRCE Personal Language Analytics Engine for Multilingual Author Profiling|
Scott Nowson, Julien Perez, Caroline Brun, Shachar Mirkin, and Claude Roux
|15:00-15:20||A Random Forest Approach for Authorship Profiling|
Alonso Palomino-Garibay, Adolfo T. Camacho-González, Ricardo A. Fierro-Villaneda, Irazú Hernández-Farias, Davide Buscaldi, and Ivan V. Meza-Ruiz
|Plagiarism Detection, Chair: Martin Potthast|
|16:00-16:30||Towards Data Submissions for Shared Tasks: First Experiences for the Task of Text Alignment|
Martin Potthast, Steve Göring, Paolo Rosso, and Benno Stein
|16:30-17:00||Joint Talk on 3 Data Submissions to Text Alignment and 1 Source Retrieval Algorithm|
Habibollah Asghari, Khadijeh Khoshnava, Omid Fatemi, Heshaam Faili, Vahid Zarrabi, Salar Mohtaj, and Javad Rafiei
|17:00-17:20||The Short Stories Corpus|
Faisal Alvi, Mark Stevenson, and Paul Clough
|17:20-17:40||Improving Synoptic Querying for Source Retrieval|
Šimon Suchomel and Michal Brandejs.
|All participants are invited to present their work as a poster|
The workshop program is an excerpt that pertains to PAN from the CLEF conference program.
|March 10, 2015 (optional; extended).||Early bird software submission|
|April 15, 2015.||Final software submission|
|May 24, 2015.||TIRA evaluation deadline|
|June 7, 2015.||Notebook paper submission (extended)|
|July 24, 2015.||Early bird conference registration|
|September 8-11, 2015.||Conference|
If you submit a working prototype of your software by March 10, 2015, 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 May 24, 2015.
If you register for the CLEF conference by July 24, 2015, you may do so at a reduced fee.Register now
To register, fill out and submit this form.
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.
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 June 7, 2015. Your notebook may not exceed 12 pages, 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.
Submission of abstracts and notebooks is to be done electronically through the Easychair system.
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