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Key phrases are all about being informative!

  A key phrase is defined as a meaningful and significant expression consisting of one or more words in a document. For example a keyword "information" is very general while phrases "information overload" and further "information overload syndrome" provide much … Continue reading

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There is a need to automatically create key phrases

  Key phrases are meant to serve multiple goals:      1.  They enable the reader to quickly determine whether the given article is of interest      2.  When key phrases are gathered in the cumulative index – the … Continue reading

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We Cannot Have Too Much Information

  We are used to looking at information in a linear way. Typically when we read web pages and documents we are like hunters trying to spot the most valuable information that is hidden in the text.   Our mind … Continue reading

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A summary is worth a thousand of words

  A summary is a shortened version of the original. The main purpose of such a simplification is to highlight the major points from the genuine (much longer) subject, e.g. a text, a film or an event. The aim is to … Continue reading

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Scanning and Skimming instead of Reading

  At a click of a button in the web browser, you instantly see the keywords and the context of the web page or Google search results. Jacob Nielsen provided a revealing study on How Users Read on the Web: … Continue reading

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