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2010
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GEMS: Generative Modeling for Evaluation of Summaries

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GEMS: Generative Modeling for Evaluation of Summaries
Automated evaluation is crucial in the context of automated text summaries, as is the case with evaluation of any of the language technologies. In this paper we present a Generative Modeling framework for evaluation of content of summaries. We used two simple alternatives to identifying signature-terms from the reference summaries based on model consistency and Parts-Of-Speech (POS) features. By using a Generative Modeling approach we capture the sentence level presence of these signature-terms in peer summaries. We show that parts-of-speech such as noun and verb, give simple and robust method to signatureterm identification for the Generative Modeling approach. We also show that having a large set of ‘significant signature-terms’ is better than a small set of ‘strong signature-terms’ for our approach. Our results show that the generative modeling approach is indeed promising — providing high correlations with manual evaluations — and further investigation of signature-te...
Rahul Katragadda
Added 18 May 2010
Updated 18 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where CICLING
Authors Rahul Katragadda
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