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Text Summarization using Deep Learning and Ridge Regression

12/26/2016
by   Karthik Bangalore Mani, et al.
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We develop models and extract relevant features for automatic text summarization and investigate the performance of different models on the DUC 2001 dataset. Two different models were developed, one being a ridge regressor and the other one was a multi-layer perceptron. The hyperparameters were varied and their performance were noted. We segregated the summarization task into 2 main steps, the first being sentence ranking and the second step being sentence selection. In the first step, given a document, we sort the sentences based on their Importance, and in the second step, in order to obtain non-redundant sentences, we weed out the sentences that are have high similarity with the previously selected sentences.

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