A platform for language independent summarization

@inproceedings{Cabral2014APF,
  title={A platform for language independent summarization},
  author={Luciano de Souza Cabral and Rafael Dueire Lins and Rafael Fe Mello and Frederico Luiz Gonçalves de Freitas and Bruno Ten{\'o}rio {\'A}vila and Steven J. Simske and Marcelo Riss},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on Document Engineering},
  year={2014}
}
The text data available on the Internet is not only huge in volume, but also in diversity of subject, quality and idiom. Such factors make it infeasible to efficiently scavenge useful information from it. Automatic text summarization is a possible solution for efficiently addressing such a problem, because it aims to sieve the relevant information in documents by creating shorter versions of the text. However, most of the techniques and tools available for automatic text summarization are… CONTINUE READING

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