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Comparative Analysis of Automatic Summarization Systems for

By English Language Neats, Information Delivery and Jagroop Kaur

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Abstract — Automatic summarization is the creation of a shortened version of a text by a computer program. The product of this procedure still contains the most important points of the original text. The phenomenon of information overload has meant that access to coherent and correctlydeveloped summaries is vital. In this paper the comparison of the four systems of the automatic summarization is held and the systems are: NeATS, LetSum, Information delivery system and Microsoft word. A basic and detailed comparison study is carried out to endow these systems, aiming to investigate how automatic summarization is held

Topics: Automatic Summarization, Automatic summarization [1
Year: 2014
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