Information processing and summarization

Information processing and summarization are critical areas of research that study how we can develop stand-alone algorithms as well as algorithms fused with humans to handle and process information in a variety of forms. The goal is to be able to extract the meaning (or semantics) of the information in order to better manipulate/reason and present it to the human user. This is fundamental to solving problems such as avoiding information overload and providing effective summarization.

Faculty contact: Eugene Santos Jr.