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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Traditional summarization initiatives have been focused on specific types of documents such as articles, reviews, videos, image feeds, or tweets, a practice which may result in pigeonholing the summarization task in the context of modern, content-rich multimedia collections. Consequently, much of the research to date has revolved around mostly toy problems in narrow domains and working on single-source media types. We argue that summarization and story generation systems need to refocus thedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-73603-7_51 fatcat:4mofhro6tbapfkwgbrc546c54u