Citation Context Sentiment Analysis for Structured Summarization of Research Papers

Abstract

Structured tabular summarization tremendously helps humans understand a topic, e.g. Wikipedia infoboxes. However, few methods exist to generate summary of research papers although it is time taking and painstaking to read a paper and even more difficult to infer its merits and limitations. We propose a method to generate structured summary of research papers. We turn to opinion of citing papers, because they are shown to be more focused than abstracts and contain additional information. This paper is a first step towards structured summarization of research papers using citing papers.

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Citation Velocity: 5

Averaging 5 citations per year over the last 3 years.

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@inproceedings{Tandon2012CitationCS, title={Citation Context Sentiment Analysis for Structured Summarization of Research Papers}, author={Niket Tandon and Ashish Jain}, year={2012} }