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Inter-Textual Distance and Authorship Attribution. Corneille and Molière

Abstract : The calculation proposed in this paper, measures neighbourhood between several texts. It leads to a normalized metric and a distance scale which can be used for authorship attribution. An experiment is presented on one of the famous cases in French literature : Corneille and Molière. The calculation clearly makes the difference between the two works but it also demonstrates that Corneille contributed to many of Moliere's masterpieces.
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Cyril Labbé, Dominique Labbé. Inter-Textual Distance and Authorship Attribution. Corneille and Molière. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2001, 8 (3), pp.213-231. ⟨halshs-00139671⟩

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