The Berkeley Document Summarizer is a learning-based single-document
summarization system. It compresses source document text based on constraints
from constituency parses and RST discourse parses. Moreover, it can improve
summary clarity by reexpressing pronouns whose antecedents would otherwise be
deleted or unclear.
The Berkeley Document Summarizer is described in:
“Learning-Based Single-Document Summarization with Compression and Anaphoricity Constraints”
Greg Durrett, Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick, and Dan Klein. ACL 2016.
See http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/~gdurrett/ for papers and BibTeX.
Questions? Bugs? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Greg Durrett. All Rights Reserved.
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