Modeling summarization assessment strategies with LSA

Abstract : This paper presents a model based on LSA which attempts to simulate the way humans assess student summaries. It is based on the automatic detection of 5 cognitive operations that student may use in writing a summary. Comparisons with dataand the construction of a new proposition denoting a global from 33 human raters show the strengths and limits of this approach.
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Sonia Mandin, Benoît Lemaire, Philippe Dessus. Modeling summarization assessment strategies with LSA. First European Workshop on Latent Semantic Analysis in Technology Enhanced Learning, Mar 2007, Heerlen, Netherlands. pp.20-21. ⟨hal-00323325⟩

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