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Eigenvector Based Approach for Sentence Ranking in News Summarization

@inproceedings{Raj2014EigenvectorBA,
  title={Eigenvector Based Approach for Sentence Ranking in News Summarization},
  author={Dr. P. C. Reghu Raj},
  year={2014}
}
In this era of information overload, it is necessary to have a mechanism to identify and present the textual information effectively. There are lot of redundant information currently available in the Internet and news is one such domain which holds a major share. To handle redundant information, the first and foremost thing is to identify the similarity among the available content. All those similar content can then be grouped together as clusters of data. But there should me some method to… 

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