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Plagiarism Detector => "Plagiarism Detector" general discussion => Topic started by: jpande on March 27, 2015, 08:06:49 AM

Title: self sitation
Post by: jpande on March 27, 2015, 08:06:49 AM
I have submitted one thesis in a University which have 20% tolerance. I have published one paper, which is detected at a plagiarism source in the thesis. How to take care of this problem?

Please suggest.
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: Alexei B. on March 27, 2015, 11:44:30 AM
You have to use the "Active URL references" feature.
The paper published before is to be available in the Internet.
First you need to add the exact URL of the published paper to the body of your document. Pay attention: not the "notes" in the doc/x documents, as only the main text is extracted.

Second, start the program and follow the wizard up to the last screen.
Enable Detect "URL" references option.

Check your document.

If everything is done right - all the text, available at the link present in the document, will be considered "referenced" and marked blue.

I hope it helps.
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: terror0012 on August 30, 2016, 11:46:36 PM
FAVOR EXPLICARME COMO TENGO QUE CITAR LAS REFERENCIAS QUE ME DAN PLAGIO DE INTERNET
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: Alexei B. on August 31, 2016, 12:52:55 PM
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PLEASE EXPLAIN HOW I HAVE QUOTE ME DAN references PLAGIARISM INTERNET

Please pay attention to the message above. It explains how to use the Internet-references feature.
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: Donahoe on December 16, 2017, 04:40:51 PM
Hi Alexei, how reliable is this feature? I always fear these things might miss stuff and get you in trouble.
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: Alexei B. on December 21, 2017, 01:21:28 AM
Hi Alexei, how reliable is this feature? I always fear these things might miss stuff and get you in trouble.
When it is of vital importance, I'd always recommend you to check yourself first, before submitting any paper.

The known problem with this feature that exists in some cases, is when Plagiarised and Referenced sections heavily overlap and are merged into one section. The resulting section may be shown as Plagiarism, even if a part of it is Referenced. However this is not likely to happen for "clean" documents, is it?

The merging algorithm is planned for upgrading in one  of the future versions.
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: kawinha on February 21, 2018, 10:52:13 AM
I agree
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: rayson on September 18, 2018, 10:17:10 AM
Hi Alexei, how reliable is this feature? I always fear these things might miss stuff and get you in trouble.
When it is of vital importance, I'd always recommend you to check yourself first, before submitting any paper.

The known problem with this feature that exists in some cases, is when Plagiarised and Referenced sections heavily overlap and are merged into one section. The resulting section may be shown as Plagiarism, even if a part of it is Referenced. However this is not likely to happen for "clean" documents, is it?

The merging algorithm is planned for upgrading in one  of the future versions.

Is the merging algorithm ready now?
Thanks
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: Alexei B. on September 19, 2018, 10:42:45 AM
Is the merging algorithm ready now?
Thanks
No, it remains planned for future updates, at present we are working on different more pressing tasks.
Title: Re: self sitation
Post by: rayson on September 20, 2018, 01:18:39 PM
Is the merging algorithm ready now?
Thanks
No, it remains planned for future updates, (https://mensreviewzone.com/phallosan-forte-reviews/) at present we are working on different more pressing tasks.

Oh!  :-\ Thanks for the quick reply !