SINONIM DAN WORD SENSE DISAMBIGUATION UNTUK MELENGKAPI DETEKTOR PLAGIAT DOKUMEN TUGAS AKHIR
Keywords: Plagiarism, Synonym, Word Sense Disambiguation, VSM, Lesk
AbstractPlagiarism can be categorized into several levels: carbon copy, the addition of words, word substitutions, changing active into passive sentences, and paraphrase. In this research, the detection is only performed by local similarity assessment method. This research is categorized into 3 major processes: preprocessing, candidate determination, and calculation of similarity. In preprocessing, extraction and conversion of a PDF file into XML is performed. Stopword removal and stemming are also performed in this process. For Candidates determination, the process used VSM (Vector Space Model) algorithm using Lucene.NET. It will then calculate the similarity values of the candidates. Similarity values that meet the threshold will be processed in the third stage. The next process is detecting plagiarism at the level of carbon copy. The plagiarism of the substitution level will be determined by finding synonymous with Lesk algorithm and utilizing WordNet as a language dictionary. Lesk notice the words around it, before doing the search process is synonymous with Lesk, performed first sentence extractor. From this experiment, it is concluded that the determination of synonyms using WordNet and Lesk algorithm does not seem to increase its similarity value role. This is due to the difficulty of finding plagiarism by just substituting words. However, plagiarism at the level of carbon copy can be handled with the help of sentence matching.
How to Cite
Purwanto, D. (2015). SINONIM DAN WORD SENSE DISAMBIGUATION UNTUK MELENGKAPI DETEKTOR PLAGIAT DOKUMEN TUGAS AKHIR. Jurnal Sistem Informasi, 11(1). https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.21609/jsi.v11i1.412
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