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Confs: Workshop on Automatic Summarization-ANLP/NAACL

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Message 1: Workshop on Automatic Summarization - ANLP/NAACL

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 12:33:39 -0400 (EDT)
From: radev <radevsi.umich.edu>
Subject: Workshop on Automatic Summarization - ANLP/NAACL

			CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

 ANLP/NAACL
 Workshop on Automatic Summarization

 Sunday, April 30, 2000

 Westin Hotel
 Seattle, WA 48103



			 REGISTRATION

			 (until April 20)
		 http://www.gte.com/anlp-naacl2000


 SCHEDULE


09:10-09:25 Introduction 
 
09:25-10:15 Session on Content Selection 

 09:25-09:50 
 Concept Identification and Presentation in the Context of
 Technical Text Summarization 
 Horacio Saggion and Guy Lapalme, DIRO-Universite de Montreal 

 09:50-10:15
 Mining Discourse Markers for Chinese Textual Summarization
 Samuel W. K. Chan, Tom B. Y. Lai, W. J. Gao, and
 Benjamin K. Tsou, City University of Hong Kong

10:15-10:40 Session on Visualization

 10:15-10:40
 Multi-document Summarization by Visualizing Topical Content
 Rie Kubota Ando, Branimir K. Boguraev, Roy J. Byrd, and
 Mary S. Neff, Cornell University, and IBM Research

10:40-11:05 Coffee Break (provided)

11:05-12:20 Session on Multi-Document Summarization 

 11:05-11:30
 Centroid-based summarization of multiple documents:
 sentence extraction, utility-based evaluation, and user
 studies 
 Dragomir R. Radev, Hongyan Jing, Margo Budzikowska,
 University of Michigan, Columbia University, and IBM
 Research 

 11:30-11:55
 Extracting Key Paragraph based on Topic and Event
 Detection - Towards Multi-Document Summarization
 Fumiyo Fukumoto and Yoshimi Suzuki, Yamanashi University

 11:55-12:20
 Multi-Document Summarization By Sentence Extraction
 Jade Goldstein, Vibhu Mittal, Jaime Carbonell, and Mark
 Kantrowitz, Carnegie Mellon University and Just Research

12:20-01:50 Lunch Break (on your own)

01:50-03:05 Session on Evaluation

 01:50-02:15
 A Text Summarizer in Use: Lessons Learned from Real World
 Deployment and Evaluation
 Mary Ellen Okurowski, Harold Wilson, Joacquin Urbina,
 Tony Taylor, Ruth Colvin Clark, and Frank Krapcho,
 Department of Defense, SRA Corp, Clark Training &
 Consulting, and Kathpal Technologies Inc. 

 02:15-02:40
 Evaluation of Phrase-representation Summarization based on
 Information Retrieval Task 
 Mamiko Oka and Yoshihiro Ueda, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.

 02:40-03:05
 A Comparison of Rankings Produced by Summarization
 Evaluation Measures 
 Robert L.Donaway, Kevin W. Drummey, and Laura
 A. Mather, Department of Defense and Britannica.com, Inc. 

03:05-03:30 Coffee Break (provided)

03:30-04:30 Panel on "Language Modeling in Text Summarization"

04:30-04:55 Session on Multimedia Summarization

 04:30-04:55
 Using Summarization for Automatic Briefing Generation
 Inderjeet Mani, Kristian Concepcion, and Linda van
 Guilder, MITRE Corporation

04:55-06:00 Panel on "Summarization: Industry Perspectives"
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