Automatically generating hypertext by computing semantic similarity

@inproceedings{Green1997AutomaticallyGH,
  title={Automatically generating hypertext by computing semantic similarity},
  author={Stephen J. Green},
  year={1997}
}
We describe a novel method for automatically generating hypertext links within and between newspaper articles. The method is based on lexical chaining, a technique for extracting the sets of related words that occur in texts. Links between the paragraphs of a single article are built by considering the distribution of the lexical chains in that article. Links between articles are built by considering how the chains in the two articles are related. By using lexical chaining we mitigate the… CONTINUE READING
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