Writeprint is a term proposed by some forensic linguistics researchers to denote a set of distinguishing stylometric characteristics of a written text (writer invariants) such as "vocabulary richness, length of sentence, use of function words, layout of paragraphs, and key words" which allow one to identify its author (if written by a single person).
- From Fingerprint to Writeprint, Jiexun Li, Rong Zheng, Hsinchun Chen
- Writeprint: A Tool for Authorship Analysis
- Demo: COPLINK Authorship Analysis
- Applying Stylometric Analysis Techniques to Counter Anonymity in Cyberspace, Jianwen Sun, Zongkai Yang, Sanya Liu, Pei Wang
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