Overview of PAN'16 [chapter]

Paolo Rosso, Francisco Rangel, Martin Potthast, Efstathios Stamatatos, Michael Tschuggnall, Benno Stein
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Rangel-Pardo, FM.; Tschuggnall, M.; . Abstract This paper presents an overview of the PAN/CLEF evaluation lab. During the last decade, PAN has been established as the main forum of digital text forensic research. PAN 2016 comprises three shared tasks: (i) author identification, addressing author clustering and diarization (or intrinsic plagiarism detection); (ii) author profiling, addressing age and gender prediction from a crossgenre perspective; and (iii) author obfuscation, addressing author
more » ... masking and obfuscation evaluation. In total, 35 teams participated in all three shared tasks of PAN 2016 and, following the practice of previous editions, software submissions were required and evaluated within the TIRA experimentation framework.
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44564-9_28 fatcat:qyopkvia5jalvg5lazy2x4ugqu