Computer-aided summarisation what the user really wants

Orasan, C. and Hasler, L. (2006) Computer-aided summarisation what the user really wants. In Proceedings of the 5th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC2006), Genoa, Italy

Abstract

Computer-aided summarisation is a technology developed at the University of Wolverhampton as a complement to automatic summarisation, to produce high quality summaries with less effort. To achieve this, a user-friendly environment which incorporates several well-known summarisation methods has been developed. This paper presents the main features of the computer-aided summarisation environment and explains the changes introduced to it as a result of user feedback.

Electronic version

http://clg.wlv.ac.uk/papers/orasan-LREC-06a.pdf

BibTeX reference

@INPROCEEDINGS{orasan-LREC-06,
  author =    {Constantin Or\u{a}san and Laura Hasler},
  title =     {{Computer-aided summarisation - what the user really wants}},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th edition of the International Conference 
               on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC2006)},
  year =      {2006},
  pages =     {1548  1551},
  address =   {Genoa, Italy},
  month =     {May, 24 -- 26},
  pages =     {1167 -- 1172},
  url =       {http://clg.wlv.ac.uk/papers/orasan-LREC-06a.pdf}
}