Generating hierarchical summaries for web searches

@inproceedings{Lawrie2003GeneratingHS,
  title={Generating hierarchical summaries for web searches},
  author={Dawn J. Lawrie and W. Bruce Croft},
  booktitle={SIGIR},
  year={2003}
}
Hierarchies provide a means of organizing, summarizing and accessing information. We describe a method for automatically generating hierarchies from small collections of text, and then apply this technique to summarizing the documents retrieved by a search engine. 
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