INAOE is a research institute supported by the Mexican Council for Science and Technology (CONACyT). The main goals of INAOE are the generation of new knowledge, the development and spreading of fundamental and applied research, in the fields of astrophysics, optics, electronics and computer science, for the benefit of our country and the humanity.
For this proposal, personnel from the human-language technology laboratory at INAOE will be participating. INAOE’s team will be in charge of developing forensic analysis mechanisms for trusted assessment in the eLearning platform. Specifically, devices for the verification and attribution of authorship in written documents will be developed. The goal is to develop mechanisms for guaranteeing the authorship of documents written by students (e.g., homework, evaluations, exams).
The Human-language technology lab at INAOE is a group with proven experience in automatic authorship analysis and profiling in text documents. The group has developed state-of-the-art research in the field, as well as functional prototypes that have been evaluated in academic competitions and evaluation campaigns. INAOE is among the biggest groups in natural language processing within Latin America with active collaborations with European and north-American institutions. INAOE ́s team has obtained the best results for three consecutive years in authorship identification/profiling tasks at the PAN-CLEF forum.
INAOE will implement the forensic analysis instrument (WP5) that will be integrated as part of the final platform, allowing to identify the authorship of a document.
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