Two-layer mutually reinforced random walk for improved multi-party meeting summarization

@article{Chen2012TwolayerMR,
  title={Two-layer mutually reinforced random walk for improved multi-party meeting summarization},
  author={Yun-Nung Chen and Florian Metze},
  journal={2012 IEEE Spoken Language Technology Workshop (SLT)},
  year={2012},
  pages={461-466}
}
This paper proposes an improved approach of summarization for spoken multi-party interaction, in which a two-layer graph with utterance-to-utterance, speaker-to-speaker, and speaker-to-utterance relations is constructed. Each utterance and each speaker are represented as a node in the utterance-layer and speaker-layer of the graph respectively, and the edge between two nodes is weighted by the similarity between the two utterances, the two speakers, or the utterance and the speaker. The… CONTINUE READING
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