Empirical Analysis of Single and Multi Document Summarization using Clustering Algorithms
The availability of various digital sources has created a demand for text mining mechanisms. Effective summary generation mechanisms are needed in order to utilize relevant information from often overwhelming digital data sources. In this view, this paper conducts a survey of various single as well as multi-document text summarization techniques. It also provides analysis of treating a query sentence as a common one, segmented from documents for text summarization. Experimental results show the degree of effectiveness in text summarization over different clustering algorithms.
Keywords:Text mining, text summarization, clustering
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