DeepChannel: Salience Estimation by Contrastive Learning for Extractive Document Summarization

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Authors Jiaxin Shi, Lei Hou, Zhiyuan Liu, Hanwang Zhang, Juanzi Li, Chen Liang
Journal/Conference Name Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
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Paper Abstract We propose DeepChannel, a robust, data-efficient, and interpretable neural model for extractive document summarization. Given any document-summary pair, we estimate a salience score, which is modeled using an attention-based deep neural network, to represent the salience degree of the summary for yielding the document. We devise a contrastive training strategy to learn the salience estimation network, and then use the learned salience score as a guide and iteratively extract the most salient sentences from the document as our generated summary. In experiments, our model not only achieves state-of-the-art ROUGE scores on CNN/Daily Mail dataset, but also shows strong robustness in the out-of-domain test on DUC2007 test set. Moreover, our model reaches a ROUGE-1 F-1 score of 39.41 on CNN/Daily Mail test set with merely $1 / 100$ training set, demonstrating a tremendous data efficiency.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language Python
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