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Named Entity Recognition in Document Summarization
, Mahek Laxmikant Kantesaria
Published in IGI Global
Pages: 125 - 149
Named entity recognition (NER) is a subtask of the information extraction. NER system reads the text and highlights the entities. NER will separate different entities according to the project. NER is the process of two steps. The steps are detection of names and classifications of them. The first step is further divided into the segmentation. The second step will consist to choose an ontology which will organize the things categorically. Document summarization is also called automatic summarization. It is a process in which the text document with the help of software will create a summary by selecting the important points of the original text. In this chapter, the authors explain how document summarization is performed using named entity recognition. They discuss about the different types of summarization techniques. They also discuss about how NER works and its applications. The libraries available for NER-based information extraction are explained. They finally explain how NER is applied into document summarization.
About the journal
JournalTrends and Applications of Text Summarization Techniques Advances in Data Mining and Database Management
PublisherIGI Global
Open Access0