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Author(s):  
Jovi D’Silva ◽  
Uzzal Sharma

<span lang="EN-US">Automatic text summarization has gained immense popularity in research. Previously, several methods have been explored for obtaining effective text summarization outcomes. However, most of the work pertains to the most popular languages spoken in the world. Through this paper, we explore the area of extractive automatic text summarization using deep learning approach and apply it to Konkani language, which is a low-resource language as there are limited resources, such as data, tools, speakers and/or experts in Konkani. In the proposed technique, Facebook’s fastText <br /> pre-trained word embeddings are used to get a vector representation for sentences. Thereafter, deep multi-layer perceptron technique is employed, as a supervised binary classification task for auto-generating summaries using the feature vectors. Using pre-trained fastText word embeddings eliminated the requirement of a large training set and reduced training time. The system generated summaries were evaluated against the ‘gold-standard’ human generated summaries with recall-oriented understudy for gisting evaluation (ROUGE) toolkit. The results thus obtained showed that performance of the proposed system matched closely to the performance of the human annotators in generating summaries.</span>


With the explosion of internet information, people feel helpless and difficult to choose in the face of massive information. However, the traditional method to organize a huge set of original documents is not only time-consuming and laborious, but also not ideal. The automatic text classification can liberate users from the tedious document processing work, recognize and distinguish different document contents more conveniently, make a large number of complicated documents institutionalized and systematized, and greatly improve the utilization rate of information. This paper adopts termed-based model to extract the features in web semantics to represent document. The extracted web semantics features are used to learn a reduced support vector machine. The experimental results show that the proposed method can correctly identify most of the writing styles.


Author(s):  
Tânia Lima ◽  
Rita Ferreira ◽  
Marina Freitas ◽  
Rui Henrique ◽  
Rui Vitorino ◽  
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2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-18
Author(s):  
Krishnaveni P. ◽  
Balasundaram S. R.

The day-to-day growth of online information necessitates intensive research in automatic text summarization (ATS). The ATS software produces summary text by extracting important information from the original text. With the help of summaries, users can easily read and understand the documents of interest. Most of the approaches for ATS used only local properties of text. Moreover, the numerous properties make the sentence selection difficult and complicated. So this article uses a graph based summarization to utilize structural and global properties of text. It introduces maximal clique based sentence selection (MCBSS) algorithm to select important and non-redundant sentences that cover all concepts of the input text for summary. The MCBSS algorithm finds novel information using maximal cliques (MCs). The experimental results of recall oriented understudy for gisting evaluation (ROUGE) on Timeline dataset show that the proposed work outperforms the existing graph algorithms Bushy Path (BP), Aggregate Similarity (AS), and TextRank (TR).


Author(s):  
Om Prakash Jena ◽  
Alok Ranjan Tripathy ◽  
Sudhansu Sekhar Patra ◽  
Manas Ranjan Chowdhury ◽  
Rajesh Kumar Sahoo

Author(s):  
G. Deena

This paper proposes a new rule-based approach to automated question generation. The proposed approach focuses on the analysis of both sentence syntax and semantic structure. The design and implementation of the proposed approach is also described in detail. Although the primary purpose of a design system is to generate query from sentences, automated evaluation results show that it can also perform great when reading comprehension datasets that focus on question output from paragraphs. With regard to human evaluation, the designed system performs better than all other systems and generates the most natural (human-like) questions. We present a fresh approach to automatic question generation that significantly increases the percentage of acceptable questions compared to prior state-of-the-art systems. In our system, we will take data from various sources for a particular topic and summarize it for the convenience of the people, so that they don't have to go through so multiple sites for relevant data.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Sakdipat Ontoum ◽  
Jonathan H. Chan

By identifying and extracting relevant information from articles, automated text summarizing helps the scientific and medical sectors. Automatic text summarization is a way of compressing text documents so that users may find important information in the original text in less time. We will first review some new works in the field of summarizing that use deep learning approaches, and then we will explain the "COVID-19" summarization research papers. The ease with which a reader can grasp written text is referred to as the readability test. The substance of text determines its readability in natural language processing. We constructed word clouds using the abstract's most commonly used text. By looking at those three measurements, we can determine the mean of "ROUGE-1", "ROUGE-2", and "ROUGE-L". As a consequence, "Distilbart-mnli-12-6" and "GPT2-large" are outperform than other. <br>


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Sakdipat Ontoum ◽  
Jonathan H. Chan

By identifying and extracting relevant information from articles, automated text summarizing helps the scientific and medical sectors. Automatic text summarization is a way of compressing text documents so that users may find important information in the original text in less time. We will first review some new works in the field of summarizing that use deep learning approaches, and then we will explain the "COVID-19" summarization research papers. The ease with which a reader can grasp written text is referred to as the readability test. The substance of text determines its readability in natural language processing. We constructed word clouds using the abstract's most commonly used text. By looking at those three measurements, we can determine the mean of "ROUGE-1", "ROUGE-2", and "ROUGE-L". As a consequence, "Distilbart-mnli-12-6" and "GPT2-large" are outperform than other. <br>


Automatic text summarization is a technique of generating short and accurate summary of a longer text document. Text summarization can be classified based on the number of input documents (single document and multi-document summarization) and based on the characteristics of the summary generated (extractive and abstractive summarization). Multi-document summarization is an automatic process of creating relevant, informative and concise summary from a cluster of related documents. This paper does a detailed survey on the existing literature on the various approaches for text summarization. Few of the most popular approaches such as graph based, cluster based and deep learning-based summarization techniques are discussed here along with the evaluation metrics, which can provide an insight to the future researchers.


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