DUC 2005: Evaluation of Question-Focused Summarization Systems

@inproceedings{Dang2006DUC2E,
  title={DUC 2005: Evaluation of Question-Focused Summarization Systems},
  author={H. Dang},
  year={2006}
}
  • H. Dang
  • Published 2006
  • Computer Science
The Document Understanding Conference (DUC) 2005 evaluation had a single user-oriented, question-focused summarization task, which was to synthesize from a set of 25--50 documents a well-organized, fluent answer to a complex question. The evaluation shows that the best summarization systems have difficulty extracting relevant sentences in response to complex questions (as opposed to representative sentences that might be appropriate to a generic summary). The relatively generous allowance of… Expand
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