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Exploring Google Reverse Image Search to Detect Visual Plagiarism in Interior Design
Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice
This study aims to explore the ability of Google Reverse Image Search (RIS) to detect plagiarism in images in the interior design field. Several image modifications were introduced by retaining the basic concept of the original image. These changes were classified into three categories as follow: a change in the design elements, introduced random changes by adding different objects to the existing image contents, and introduced various image effects. findings show that Google RIS does not takedoi:10.33423/jhetp.v21i10.4634 fatcat:dqvitozvmjabvfxutu47htky5m