The Pareto Principle Is Everywhere: Finding Informative Sentences for Opinion Summarization Through Leader Detection

  title={The Pareto Principle Is Everywhere: Finding Informative Sentences for Opinion Summarization Through Leader Detection},
  author={Linhong Zhu and Sheng Gao and Sinno Jialin Pan and Haizhou Li and Dingxiong Deng and Cyrus Shahabi},
  booktitle={Recommendation and Search in Social Networks},
Most previous works on opinion summarization focus on summarizing sentiment polarity distribution toward different aspects of an entity (e.g., battery life and screen of a mobile phone). However, users’ demand may be more beyond this kind of opinion summarization. Besides such coarse-grained summarization on aspects, one may prefer to read detailed but concise text of the opinion data for more information. In this paper, we propose a new framework for opinion summarization. Our goal is to… 

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