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2. Define the features as the set of words extracted from the summaries, eliminating the stop words. In contrast to this approach, the common (statistical) feature selection process defines the features as the set of words having positive information gain (IG > 0) within the entire dataset. That is, it selects the words whose presence or absence gives the larger information for category prediction. 2 Evaluation Datasets For the experiments we used the R8 collection . This collection is formed by the eight largest categories from the Reuters-21578 corpus, which documents belong to only one class.
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Loftsson, E. Rögnvaldsson, S. ): IceTAL 2010, LNAI 6233, pp. 39–44, 2010. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010 40 E. Anguiano-Hernández et al. extractive summarization. First, it has demonstrated to capture the essence of texts by selecting their most important sections, and, consequently, a subset of words adequate for their description. Second, it is an inherently local process, where each document is reduced individually, bypassing the restrictions imposed by the size of the given training set.