HERMITAGE TECHNICAL CENTER SUMMER 2015
- Text summarization is the process of distilling information from a source (or sources) to produce an abridged version for a particular user and task. Summarization methods can be grouped into two types: Extractive and Abstractive. Extractive methods identify relevant sentences within the document and concatenate them to form a summary. Abstractive methods rely on natural language generation to summarize the text and typically use a predefined template to be filled with information from the source text(s). In this work, we developed an extractive summarization system called Summarization Of Unstructured Papers (SOUP) for single document summarization.
- The summarization package was developed by high-school students from Ms. Leonard's (aka Mrs. Tennessee) Hermitage Technical Center's Web Development & Programming Class:
- Tyler Pickering
- Sydney Hogue
- Isaac Barron