N. Akiva and M. Koppel, (2012),

Identifying Distinct Components of a Multi-Author Document,

In proceedings of European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC) 2012, to appear


         Navot Akiva, (2012),

Authorship and Plagiarism Detection Using Binary BOW Features,

In Notebook for Uncovering Plagiarism, Authorship, and Social Software Misuse (PAN) at CLEF, Rome, September 2012.


         Moshe Koppel, Navot Akiva, Idan Dershowitz and Nachum Dershowitz, (2011),

Unsupervised Decomposition of a Document Into Authorial Components ,

In Proceedings of ACL-2011, Portland OR, June 2011, pp. 1356-1364.


         Navot Akiva, (2011),

Using Clustering to Identify Outlier Chunks of Text,

In Notebook for Uncovering Plagiarism, Authorship, and Social Software Misuse (PAN) at CLEF, Amsterdam, September 2011.


         Moshe Koppel, Navot Akiva, Eli Alshech and Kfir Bar (2009),

Automatically Classifying Documents by Ideological and Organizational Affiliation,

In Proceedings of The IEEE Intelligence and security Informatics (ISI), Dallas, Texas, August 2009.



         Ron M Hecht, Ruth Aloni-Lavi, Gil Dobry, Amir Alfandary, Navot Akiva and Ido Abramovich (2008),

Hybrid Approach for Age Detection (poster) ,

IBM Speech Technologies Seminar 08, IBM Haifa Research Lab, Israel. July 2008


         Navot Akiva, Eliyahu Greitzer, Yakir Krichman and Jonathan Schler (2008),

Mining and Visualizing Online Web Content Using BAM: Brand Association Map (poster),

2nd International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM-08) , Seattle, Washington. April 2008.


         M. Koppel, N. Akiva and I. Dagan (2007),

Feature Instability as a Criterion for Selecting Potential Style Markers,

JASIST: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Volume 57, Issue 11, Pages:1519-1525. July 2007.


         Navot Akiva and Johnathan Schler (2006).

TrendMine: Utilizing Authorship Profiling and Tone Analysis in Context,

in Proceedings of the ACM SIGIR Workshop on Stylistics for Text Retrieval in Practice. August 2006.


         M. Koppel, D. Mughaz and N. Akiva (2006),

New Methods for Attribution of Rabbinic Literature ,

Hebrew Linguistics: A Journal for Hebrew Descriptive, Computational and Applied Linguistics, Volume 57, pp. 5-18, 2006.


         Shlomo Argamon, N. Akiva, A. Amir and O. Kapah,

Efficient Unsupervised Recursive Word Segmentation Using Minimum Description Length,

in Proceedings of The 20th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING), Geneva, Switzerland, August 2004.


         Koppel M., Akiva, N. and Dagan, I..

A Corpus-Independent Feature Set For Style-Based Text Categorization,

in Proceedings of IJCAI'03 Workshop On Computational Approaches And Style Analysis and Synthesis, Acapulco, Mexico, 2003.


         M. Koppel, D. Myghaz and N. Akiva, (2003),

CHAT: A System for Stylistic Classification of Hebrew-Aramaic Texts,

in Proceedings of OTC-03 Third KDD Workshop on Operational Text Categorization, Washington D.C. 2003


         N. Akiva, (2002),

A linguistic stability measurement for text features,

Masters Thesis, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel.


         N. Akiva, (2001),

E-Learning : Synchronous vs. Asynchronous,

School of Business Administration, Bar Ilan University, ISRAEL.