Extraction of Indicative Summary Sentences from Imaged Documents

@inproceedings{Chen1997ExtractionOI,
  title={Extraction of Indicative Summary Sentences from Imaged Documents},
  author={Francine Chen and Dan S. Bloomberg},
  booktitle={ICDAR},
  year={1997}
}
A system for selecting sentences from an imaged document for presentation as part of a document summary is presented. The extracts are identified without the use of optical character recognition. The sentences are selected based on a set of discrete features characterizing the words within a sentence and the location of the sentence within the imaged document. Each sentence is scored based on the values of the discrete features using a statisticallybased classifier. The imaged document is… CONTINUE READING
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