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(Virginia Tech, 2017-06-23)With the advent of smart devices, Internet of things and cloud computing the amount of information collected about an individual is enormous. Using this meta-data, a complete pro[BULLET]file about a person could be created ...
(Virginia Tech, 2017-06-23)This study explores teacher retention and teacher resilience in the United States through the stories of five teachers. The researcher presents the research in two manuscripts. Finding My Way through Teaching: A Critical ...
(Virginia Tech, 2018-12-15)Given the current explosion of information over various media such as electronic and physical texts, concise and relevant data has become key to the understanding of things. Summarization, which essentially is the process ...
(Virginia Tech, 2018-12-14)Automatic text summarization, a process of distilling the most important information from a text document, is to create an abridged summary with software. Basically, in this task, we can regard the "summarization" as a ...
(Virginia Tech, 2018-12-14)Automatic text summarization is the task of creating accurate and succinct summaries of text documents. These documents can vary from newspaper articles to more academic content such as theses and dissertations. The two ...