Plagium (www.plagium.com) is a Web-based tool that assists in the discovery of plagiarized content on the World Wide Web. Likewise, Plagium can be applied to track the legitimate usage of content, such as syndicated news stories carried by multiple Web sites. Plagium can also be used to track the appearance of fraudulent Web sites whose purpose is to steal user confidential information (such as credit card information), while attempting to resemble a legitimate Web site.
Plagium is offered free of charge to casual users. A Deep Search capability enables users to perform a more exhaustive analysis of larger documents for usage of text within the documents over the Web. Plagium's alert feature automatically warns users on a periodic basis when a newly found Web site contains text of interest.
Plagium now has API modules that enable Web site owners and text management services to incorporate an in-line plagiarism checking facility. Institutional packages are likewise available to Plagium users in schools, professional societies, and other organizations that can take advantage of volume usage of the service at a reduced price.
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Dr. Epstein has held executive positions in technology start-ups related to broadband media and communications. He served as VP of Business Development at France Telecom’s US operations, overseeing their investment activities in North America and the roll out of new international data communications and video services. Dr. Epstein also spent eight years as Member Technical Staff at Sarnoff Corp. (formerly RCA Laboratories), where he executed projects involving RF/microwave systems design, simulation, and testing, as well as supercomputer applications in intelligence analysis. Dr. Epstein is a Senior Member of the IEEE (Computers, Communications groups), and also a member of Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, SCTE, and AAAS, with numerous publications on the topics of nonlinear simulation, circuit fault analysis, and RF/microwave propagation. He holds the Ph.D. degree (University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), MBA (NY University Stern School of Business), and the BS in Electrical Engineering (University of Rochester). He presently serves as a subject matter expert in microwave/RF communications, radar, and network security for government and commercial customers.
Guillaume Herisson is an accomplished computer scientist and linguist, with 20 years experience in developments for natural language and text mining applications. He received the M.A. from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Social Sciences, High Studies School, Paris, 1992) and M.S. from the French School for Computer and Electronics (EFREI, Paris, 1991) He has served as a CTO for TextAgent Technologies, developing tools for business intelligence and information analysis. Clients have included the French military and police, European military industry, and a major telecom company. As a CTO for MOST SARL (Paris), Mr. Hérisson conducted R&D for natural language processing of technical documentation and failure scenario analysis at Aerospatiale in the project AMDEC (Analyse des Modes de Défaillance et de leur Effets et Criticité - Failure Mode Effects & Criticality Analysis), as used for Ariane 5 project and M-45 and M-5 missiles. He has worked on different projects based on natural language process in France, Brazil and United States. Mr. Herisson possesses strong experience in the development of highly structured algorithms and interfaces in C and Java on both UNIX and Windows platforms.
Jean Zeitoun, is a graduate one of the leading French Engineering schools (Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées) and holds a Ph.D. in Social Sciences. Mr. Zeitoun has successfully developed and implemented innovative content retrieval and analysis tools over the past 10 years. He helped developed one of the first French systems for "Image Synthesis", a fault detection software for the aerospace industry, and has been involved in the Internet since its early days. He also served in numerous advisory positions to government entities and published numerous articles and authored several books. He benefits from an extensive network in France which provides him with access to leading corporations and is a well respected member of the research community.
Our services enable our clients to cextract intelligence from available information on hand. Technology expertise covers relational and unstructured databases, Web portal design to access the databases, and applications that work with internal corporate data or publically available data from the World Wide Web and Dark Nets. We take on only a small number of clients at once. Likewise, we do not bloat our projects with layers of management and inexperienced help. Septet's dedicated team of software engineers and intelligence analysts focus on the client's requirements. This approach, plus our low overhead, assures a high degree of professionalism in our work for only a modest cost.
We start each project by working with the client to affirm the client’s objectives. Then we define the scope of work, scheduling, and pricing. All milestones are to be met with concrete objectives and deliverables.
Our iterative coding and systems development methods enable Septet to release results to the client at various stage of the solution development. This assures the client that the work is on track, without surprises at the end.
The Septet staff is well familiar with integrating data from a multiplicity of sources, across different middleware platforms and across end-user computers and browsers.
Plagium is an innovative, fast, and easy-to-use means to check text against possible plagiarism or possible sources of origination.Visit
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