Models for Sentence Compression: A Comparison across Domains, Training Requirements and Evaluation Measures

@inproceedings{Clarke2006ModelsFS,
  title={Models for Sentence Compression: A Comparison across Domains, Training Requirements and Evaluation Measures},
  author={James Clarke and Mirella Lapata},
  booktitle={ACL},
  year={2006}
}
Sentence compression is the task of producing a summary at the sentence level. This paper focuses on three aspects of this task which have not received detailed treatment in the literature: training requirements, scalability, and automatic evaluation. We provide a novel comparison between a supervised constituentbased and an weakly supervised wordbased compression algorithm and examine how these models port to different domains (written vs. spoken text). To achieve this, a human-authored… CONTINUE READING
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