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Summarisation and novelty : an experimental investigation

Sweeney, S. and Crestani, F. and Losada, D. (2007) Summarisation and novelty : an experimental investigation. In: Advances in Information Retrieval. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Rome, Italy, pp. 745-748.

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Abstract

The continued development of mobile device technologies, their supporting infrastructures and associated services is important to meet the anytime, anywhere information access demands of today’s users. The growing need to deliver information on request, in a form that can be readily and easily digested on the move, continues to be a challenge.