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Overview
Plagium helps ensure the originality of a text by detecting and identifying possible plagiarism (or general content reuse).
Plagium helps ensure the originality of a text by detecting and identifying possible plagiarism (or general content reuse).

Plagium is a service of Septet Systems Inc. – a New York-based company that specializes in advanced search solutions for industry, the public sector, and government. We aim to provide an easy-to-use service that applies to a broad base of users.
 
Plagium makes use of a proprietary technique that intelligently breaks up the input text into smaller “snippets”. These snippets are matched against Web and stored content in an efficient manner, with the matches scored to determine how well documents match the input text. The result is a much cleaner view of possible matching documents – a view that is much less noisy than the results offered by the major search engines.

Keywords: plagiarism checker, plagiary, content theft, copyright infringement

For support, email info@plagium.com or visit our website at www.plagium.com
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Samson Assefa
November 29, 2020
Samson Assefa Gebrehiwot
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Abhilash Sharma
July 24, 2020
Just now installed the app. It will take a month to write a detailed review.
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RINI RIYANTINI
July 18, 2020
Belajar adalah kegiatan berbahaya. Perubahan yang relatif permanen dalam perilaku atau potensi perilaku sebagai hasil dari pengalaman atau latihan yang diperkuat. Belajar merupakan akibat adanya interaksi antara stimulus dan respon
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Christian Steffen
October 30, 2020
To that indonesian translater, thank you
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Adrien Belcourt
July 26, 2020
This Indonesian review translates to "Learning is a dangerous activity. Relatively permanent changes in behavior or potential behavior as a result of reinforced experience or training. Learning is due to the interaction between stimulus and response". And while true I cannot see the relevence to the product described above.
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