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In today's industry, the design of software tests is mostly based on the testers' expertise, while test automation tools are limited to execution of pre-planned tests only. Evaluation of test outputs is also associated with a considerable effort by human testers who often have imperfect knowledge of the requirements specification. Not surprisingly, this(More)
Automated summarization methods can be defined as " language-independent, " if they are not based on any language-specific knowledge. Such methods can be used for multilingual summarization defined by Mani (2001) as " processing several languages, with summary in the same language as input. " In this paper , we introduce MUSE, a language-independent(More)