Multi-Documents Extractive Text Summarization using Node Centrality

  • Kuriakose A
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The advancement of technologies produce vast amount of data over the internet. The massive amount of information flooded in the webpages become more difficult to extract the meaningful insights. Social media websites are playing major role in publishing news events on the similar topic with different contents. Extracting the hidden information from the multiple webpages are tedious job for researchers and industrialists. This paper mainly focuses on gathering information from multiple webpages and to produce summary from those contents under similar topic. Multi-document extractive summarization has been developed using the graph based text summarization method. Proposed method builds a graph between the multi-documents using the Katz centrality of nodes. The performance of proposed GeSUM (Graph based Extractive Summarization) is evaluated with the ROUGE metrics.




Kuriakose, A. M., & Umadevi, V. (2020). Multi-Documents Extractive Text Summarization using Node Centrality. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(3), 2817–2822.

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