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plagiarism (plā´jəriz´əm),

n an appropriation of the work, ideas, or words of another without proper acknowledgment.
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The JK system has the capability to detect deliberate attempts of plagiarism.
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Conventional inspections for plagiarism are proved ineffective and time-consuming.
Plagiarism detection is a pattern analysis problem.
This article discusses his general sensitivity to the ethics of literary borrowing and the numerous accusations of plagiarism that were made against him in his lifetime.
2) This is a period, moreover, in which the two-sidedness of the plagiarism issue is especially in evidence: for just as there is a transgression involved in the act of plagiarism itself, so there can also be one in alleging it, or in falsely purporting to bring it to light.
Among poets of the English Augustan era, however, the one whose peace of mind was perhaps most disturbed by allegations of plagiarism was Alexander Pope, and this essay will explore some of the ramifications that the plagiarism issue has for his career.
9) He seems to have taken a particular interest, too, in allegations of plagiarism that had been traded between three earlier poets, two of whom he greatly respected: Dryden, Garth, and Blackmore.
Plagiarism is the antithesis of writing integrity and can carry heavy consequences.
In the United States, plagiarism is deemed "a moral and ethical offense" rather than a legal one.
Instances of plagiarism surface even among the most elite cadres of impressively accomplished military professionals preparing to assume the highest levels of national leadership.
Plagiarism among senior leaders is unique in impact, striking at the very heart of democracy.