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summarization

noun abbreviation, abridgment, analysis, brief, compendium, compilation, conclusion, core, digest, overview, recap, recapitulation, restatement, review, skeleton, summary, syllabus, synopsis
Associated concepts: summarization presented to the jury
See also: narration
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Summarization of any text file (included PDF in Pro version) or web documents
This section is divided into following subsections that correspond to each application of CL: Information Retrieval, Question Answering, Text Summarization, and Text Generation.
Moreover, summarization training was found to improve reading comprehension.
The Risk Righter summarization process was designed by underwriters with the needs of underwriters in mind, and is fully compliant with HIPAA regulations, leveraging advantages in process, technology and trained medical professionals.
Automatic Summarization (AS) task helps users condense all this information and present it in a brief way, in order to make it easier to process the vast amount of documents related to the same topic that exist these days.
As the global leader in business content summarization, Soundview Executive Book Summaries is a part of Concordville, Pa.
Consequently, the RPglobal algorithm is not scalable and efficient for graphs summarization.
Second, the materials used in the training and testing were designed especially for assessing a summarization strategy, and as such may have influenced the results.
With WriteToLearn, students practice essay writing and summarization skills, and their efforts are measured by the state-of-the-art Knowledge Analysis Technologies([TM])(KAT) engine, which automatically evaluates the meaning of text by examining whole passages.
Temporal multi-document summarization (TMDS) aims to capture evolving information of a single topic over time and produce a summary delivering the main information content.
The preface lacks analysis or summarization of the book's contents by the editor; it consists of reproduced opening paragraphs and abstracts from the three documents.