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Automatic generation of entity-oriented summaries for reputation management

  • Javier Rodríguez-VidalEmail author
  • Jorge Carrillo-de-Albornoz
  • Enrique Amigó
  • Laura Plaza
  • Julio Gonzalo
  • Felisa Verdejo
Original Research

Abstract

Producing online reputation summaries for an entity (company, brand, etc.) is a focused summarization task with a distinctive feature: issues that may affect the reputation of the entity take priority in the summary. In this paper we (i) present a new test collection of manually created (abstractive and extractive) reputation reports which summarize tweet streams for 31 companies in the banking and automobile domains; (ii) propose a novel methodology to evaluate summaries in the context of online reputation monitoring, which profits from an analogy between reputation reports and the problem of diversity in search; and (iii) provide empirical evidence that producing reputation reports is different from a standard summarization problem, and incorporating priority signals is essential to address the task effectively.

Keywords

Summarization Search with diversity Twitter Microblogs Online reputation management 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This research was partially supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (Vemodalen Project, TIN2015-71785-R) and UNED (project 2014V/PUNED/001).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.UNED IR & NLP GroupMadridSpain

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