The Decomposition of Human-Written Summary Sentences

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We define the problem of decomposing human-written summary sentences and propose a novel Hidden Markov Model solution to the problem. Human summarizers often rely on cutting and pasting of the full document to generate summaries. Decomposing a human-written summary sentence requires determining: (1) whether it is constructed by cutting and pasting, (2) what… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/312624.312666

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@inproceedings{Jing1999TheDO, title={The Decomposition of Human-Written Summary Sentences}, author={Hongyan Jing and Kathleen McKeown}, booktitle={SIGIR}, year={1999} }