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- n. The act of summarising
- n. The process of summarising
- n. A summary; the result of summarising
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- n. the act of preparing a summary (or an instance thereof); stating briefly and succinctly
Bravo for an excellent summarisation, one that I agree.
Having a summarisation capability only by itself, might look a little dangerous since there might be open source project/s emerging that do exactly the same thing.
The author's summarisation is obviously full of Men's-State prejudices.
This recalls another famous summarisation, that given by Jesus later on in the Gospel.
Model subphases: Ongoing Work • summarisation: annotation of own modi ﬁ cations • exploration: ﬁ nding of others 'modi ﬁ cations • Con ﬂ icts can be resolved using, e.g.,
Tonight was men against boys, you'll read that a lot today … when I was walking to the tube, weaving in and out of fans, that was the overriding summarisation by most.
So I can sing, act and write but the only problem is I am 22, I have special needs - my sense of direction isn't great, find summarisation and estimation and spatial awareness difficult and sometimes I find it hard to understand certain words or questions on a paper and sometimes find it difficult to express my answer on the page so that it will make sense but that has improved alot since.
These codes are available on the internet already (not necessary for text summarisation application) and it won’t be too long before someone adopts them into a free summariser, since the hard part is already been done (the development of those algorithms) and all it needs is a UI to be developed and some text processing codes and that’s it.
I haven’t done development in this area, but I am quite familiar with the algorithms used in text summarisation, since I am already using HMM, SVD, NNMF and so on for development in certain projects.