Literacy – A Superpower That is Still Not Available To Everyone


Last Saturday the ‘World Book Day’ was celebrated around the globe – which is deeply connected with a cause that I’m passionate about: Literacy. You can’t read a book without the ability to read, and it is an ability that some children in this world still don’t get the chance to obtain.   What is ‘reading […]

Why Originality in Business Administration is Crucial for Your Company’s Success

Originality in Business Administration

The hidden dangers of using business process templates to overcome complexity challenges What is the ultimate business goal of a company? There are many approaches for defining this. A common definition from a micro-economic perspective is to say that the goal of probably every business is to be ‘successful’. Regardless of how success is defined […]

The Future of Writing Style Analyses: Ouriginal Metrics as a Learning Analytics Tool

The Future of Writing Style Analyses

In the last two parts of this series (part 1, part 2) on computational linguistics and writing style analytics, we mostly discussed how stylometry can be used to detect ghostwriters. Besides this scenario, Ouriginal Metrics could also be used as a learning analytics tool to analyze students writing styles, help them to improve their writing skills.

Computational Linguistics To Uncover Ghostwriters And Unfair Contract Cheating – And Its Limitations

Computational Linguistics to uncover ghostwriters through stylometry and Ouriginal Metrics

According to previous theoretical discussions and experimental results in stylometry, genre and topic interference can make differentiation between authors harder. This is because shared word and phrase usage that accompanies writing on the same topic as well as the writing conventions for particular genres make it difficult to identify a strong authorial signature to be used for author verification.