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Human: Wikipedia summary by WikiSummarizer

This mind map presents a summary of the Wikipedia article referencing the "Human" keyword. The MindManager map was automatically created by WikiSummarizer. WikiSummarizer is a Web-based application that summarizes Web pages and documents and creates knowledge libraries automatically. Here is … Continue reading

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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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What makes an effective summary?

  An effective summary is highly readable. It provides a way to gain quick understanding. Summarizing is important for strategic readers because it helps rapidly grasp the meaning of text. Providing accurate and concise presentation of the original text’s most … Continue reading

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Treat any Web page like a Twitter summary

  We live online where immediacy, brevity and speed are of great value when we interact with the World.  For example, what do we most love about Twitter? The speed with which Twitter allows for a fast and easy sharing using … 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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