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Broadcast News Gisting Using Lexical Cohesion Analysis [chapter]

Nicola Stokes, Eamonn Newman, Joe Carthy, Alan F. Smeaton
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
news broadcasts.  ...  In this paper we describe an extractive method of creating very short summaries or gists that capture the essence of a news story using a linguistic technique called lexical chaining.  ...  The focus of the research in this paper is to create gists for news stories based on a lexical cohesive analysis of each story provided by a set of lexical chains.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24752-4_16 fatcat:owih6mdorvg7tcjkc2kgr3jv4q

Comparing Topiary-Style Approaches to Headline Generation [chapter]

Ruichao Wang, Nicola Stokes, William P. Doran, Eamonn Newman, Joe Carthy, John Dunnion
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Topiary system uses a statistical learning approach to finding topic labels for headlines, while our approach, the LexTrim system, identifies key summary words by analysing the lexical cohesive structure  ...  The performance of these systems is evaluated using the ROUGE evaluation suite on the DUC 2004 news stories collection.  ...  There are three main steps to our technique for identifying topic labels using lexical cohesion analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-31865-1_12 fatcat:5qzxijyqgfgbzc75jyuzoosijy

Intelligent Multimedia Communication [chapter]

Mark Maybury, Oliviero Stock, Wolfgang Wahlster
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We conclude describing several new research issues that systems of systems raise.  ...  Or consider that in broadcast news spoken language transcription, the best word error rates are currently around 10% for broadcast news anchor speech.  ...  Emergence of media content analysis for new applications, e.g., news understanding, video mail and/or VTC indexing and retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-49653-x_1 fatcat:jbd4454lnzc23nrhoma4v3u2ge

Unsupervised scene detection in Olympic video using multi-modal chains

Gert-Jan Poulisse, Marie-Francine Moens
2011 2011 9th International Workshop on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI)  
The segmentation of expository text into subtopics, work done by [6] , introduced the notion of text-chains to measure lexical cohesion.  ...  To compensate, one might consider using lexical chains consisting of generic terms rather than named-entities exclusively.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cbmi.2011.5972529 dblp:conf/cbmi/PoulisseM11 fatcat:2rbj7ejojre6hadp3ullr727gu

Towards the Automatic Analysis of the Structure of News Stories

Iqra Zahid, Hao Zhang, Frank Boons, Riza Batista-Navarro
2019 European Conference on Information Retrieval  
This poses challenges to the narrative analysis of news, specifically with respect to the construction of event sequences.  ...  To automate this task, we made observations on the linguistic devices that are used by news writers, based on a manually annotated corpus of news articles that we have constructed.  ...  Specifically, the approach segmented text according to subtopics, which were identified through the measurement of lexical cohesion.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecir/ZahidZBB19 fatcat:xw736idhtzeqrdqz53ewirve2q

Divergences in the Usage of Discourse Markers in English and Mandarin Chinese [chapter]

David Steele, Lucia Specia
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our objective is to use these findings to guide a framework proposal to address divergences in DM usage in order to improve SMT output quality.  ...  uses a variety of news stories and radio podcasts in Chinese.  ...  Despite the important role DMs have in terms of lexical cohesion, current SMT systems do not explicitly address DM constructions as such, and therefore translations can often lack the cohesive cues that  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10816-2_24 fatcat:pfuznpqy4ngyzcmysvgo7quwju

A Functional Approach to Linguistic Problems in Islamic Subtitling

Mohammad Mansy
2021 British Journal of Translation, Linguistics and Literature  
Christian Nord's functional translation-oriented text analysis model is employed to analyze a sample of four real-life examples taken from programs broadcast on Al-Arabiya Channel and Iqraa TV.  ...  The formal and cultural discrepancies between the two languages cause some gaps in translation between them given their different lexical and grammatical systems.  ...  Moreover, the speaker uses fa-(then) as a cohesive marker twice in the ST to link the different clauses.  ... 
doi:10.54848/bjtll.v1i1.1 fatcat:ron2s75dbrdkllqubdsrbhveoa

Language learning and teaching

1979 Language Teaching  
Using these criteria, various theories of language teaching are analysed.  ...  Criteria are established for the production and analysis of theories of language teaching.  ...  The videotaped broadcasts consisted of BBC's 'News of the Week', a weekly in-depth broadcast; those used for the audio presentation were two-minute news capsules from a Los Angeles radio station.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s026144480000416x fatcat:ewzfv367zravdhw2a3jlhhm42y

US Police Department's Representation in The New York Times Article "George Floyd's Brother Pleads with Congress: 'Make it Stop'": A Critical Discourse Analysis

Sherine Gracia Yudhi, Trisnowati Tanto
2022 Journal of Language and Literature  
This research uses Critical Discourse Analysis proposed by Teun A. van Dijk, focusing only on the micro-level analysis: macrostructure, microstructure, superstructure.  ...  The study aims to examine the representation of the US Police Department in a foreign media news article, The New York Times, entitled "George Floyd's Brother Pleads with Congress: 'Make it Stop'".  ...  In the microstructure analysis, the writer uses four linguistics tools, namely rhetorical question, lexicalization, implication, and metaphor.  ... 
doi:10.24071/joll.v22i1.3434 fatcat:5z6k2pxj3beuxpn5aopiv4rdpy

Textual and Rhetoric Analysis of News Headlines of Urdu and English Newspapers

Muhammad Arfan Lodhi, Sumera Mukhtar, Shahnaz Akhtar, Kishwer Nafees, Naheed Akhtar, Hafiz Muhammad Sajid
2018 International Journal of English Linguistics  
Data was analyzed through the technique of content analysis at textual, discursive and social practice level.  ...  Certain level of ideology, power and hegemony factors were also found in the news of different newspapers.  ...  After lexical analysis, news was analyzed on discursive patterns.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijel.v9n1p324 fatcat:gcnffvxg7najvd4jdu53bjhpe4

Research in the supporting sciences

1986 Language Teaching  
Research into children's use of will and gonna, and the activity-types proposed to account for their use, indicates that a more ethnographic approach to modality is needed.  ...  and interpreting how the different modalities are worked out and used.  ...  Lexical detachment is clear, for example, when terms such as so-called, so to speak are used.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800011137 fatcat:5czhjpvr7bd6hdwrh5da3cudjq

Unsupervised scene detection and commentator building using multi-modal chains

Gert-Jan Poulisse, Yorgos Patsis, Marie-Francine Moens
2012 Multimedia tools and applications  
The segmentation of expository text into subtopics, work done by [7] , introduced the notion of text-chains to measure lexical cohesion.  ...  The classifier is trained on BBC Olympic broadcasts recorded on different days, distinct from the dataset used for our scene segmentation analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-012-1086-0 fatcat:bqnt5tnemnbl3j5xtkp7orrqru

Investigating the effect of contextual clues on the processing of unfamiliar words in second language listening comprehension

Wei Cai, Benny P.H. Lee
2010 Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  
In terms of the use of knowledge sources for inferring word meaning, the learners in this study use the knowledge sources in accordance with the different types of contextual clues.  ...  Data were collected from 20 participants using the procedures of immediate retrospection without recall support and of stimulated recall.  ...  We used originally written texts in this study for the reasons that (1) a lot of spoken texts we hear are in fact originally scripted, such as speech and news broadcasts; and (2) it is not unusual for  ... 
doi:10.2104/aral1018 fatcat:oheyi2uvdfh2jnkem2ovpcbski


Ho Thi My Linh
2018 Zenodo  
It means that students need to use English they learn in daily communications to communicate with people around them.  ...  Meanwhile, transactional listening is used primarily to communicate information such as news broadcasts and lectures.  ...  , and phrases or clauses that form cohesive and coherent texts such that all levels of language analysis come into play (Marianne, 1995).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3353638 fatcat:xaeaezwqrzfghf4s6aqprh2cla

Extractive Text Summarization Using Recent Approaches: A Survey

Avaneesh Kumar Yadav, Ashish Kumar Maurya, Ranvijay, Rama Shankar Yadav
2021 Ingénierie des Systèmes d'Information  
Therefore, we require some techniques and tools that can automatically summarize the enormous amounts of text data and help us to decide whether they are useful or not.  ...  .; these are resources of lexical analysis [42] .  ...  A Probabilistic Generative Framework for Extractive Broadcast News Speech Summarization, 2008 [30] Machine learning Evaluation uses ROUGE metric.  ... 
doi:10.18280/isi.260112 fatcat:zwo7neckujanliou7arlaiccj4
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