Development of a Summarisation System for Web Pages

Год: 2012
Автор: Theresa Omodunbi
Издательство: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Development of a Summarisation System for Web Pages is an MSc project that designed a summarisation system for search engine results by looking into the web pages and summarising it to a page. The purpose of this work is to provide information to the solution of multi web page summarisation problem by providing a system that will summarise two to four web pages at a time to easy researchers in getting right information from the internet at a minimal time. The work produces a temporary webpage that contains extract of salient sentences from pages got from query posed on Google search engine. Uniform Resource Locator (URL) data harvested from Google search engine was used to develop and test the summarisation system. The web page summarisation system was designed by first analysing and characterising web pages using Text difference function to check for relevancy of the web pages to be summarised. Pair wise bipartite graph theory was used to check for redundancy and score the…

6 Replies to “Development of a Summarisation System for Web Pages”

  1. Hi,
    Thanks a lot for your content
    For me i design first, i find this way more productive in terms of preparing all what i need to know whene i go to Backend..
    The snippets are very useful, but i think we need some automated tools to give us these snippets as quickly as we need them, copying & pasting become boring with time..
    what you think?

    1. Thanks for watching. Yeah, automation is extremely important. Part of my workflow involves using Gulp for some automation tasks, for bigger projects I use PHPStorm which supports Live Templates, code snippets insertion and proper formatting of code amongst other features. Another thing I’ve done is spent serious time learning keyboard shortcuts to improve my workflow and I’m now using a Kensington Trackball Mouse which is awesome. I did a video on that. Workflow and Productivity matter big time to me. Thanks again for watching.

  2. So actually you say if you you’re a designer tou problably gonna design first and if you’re a coder you probably gonna code first?

    1. lol, in a nutshell yes. But since most freelancers have varied skills, the lines might be blurred in what they actually do first. I guess the point I was trying to make was focus on your strong points first, have a plan, use code snippets and templates to improve productivity and always find ways to fine tune your workflow. Thank you for watching and commenting.

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