Learning Algorithms for Keyphrase Extraction

@article{Turney2000LearningAF,
  title={Learning Algorithms for Keyphrase Extraction},
  author={Peter D. Turney},
  journal={Information Retrieval},
  year={2000},
  volume={2},
  pages={303-336}
}
Many academic journals ask their authors to provide a list of about five to fifteen keywords, to appear on the first page of each article. Since these key words are often phrases of two or more words, we prefer to call them keyphrases. There is a wide variety of tasks for which keyphrases are useful, as we discuss in this paper. We approach the problem of automatically extracting keyphrases from text as a supervised learning task. We treat a document as a set of phrases, which the learning… CONTINUE READING
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