Contexts in source publication

Context 1
... considers the two important tasks of crisis events, which are classification and summarization, and allows human coordination for error correction of prediction and explanation. The overall architecture of CrisICSum is illustrated in Figure 1. CrisICSum takes messages posted at the time of disaster events and classifies tweets into different humanitarian classes such as 'infrastructure damage', 'caution and advice', 'affected people and evacuation', etc. ...
Context 2
... the web application design of CrisICSum ensures that BERT2BERT and RATSUM can be replaceable by different classification and summarization models. Figure 1 shows an overall architecture of CrisICSum. The main objective of our system is to classify messages posted on social media during disaster events into different humanitarian classes and then generate short updates of user-specified length for each class. ...

Similar publications

Full-text available
This chapter summarizes and concludes the contribution of this thesis in Section 6.1 and Section 6.2, respectively. Section 6.3 provides an overview of future work projects.
Full-text available
Our recent works discuss the meaning of an arbitrary-order SIR model. We claim that arbitrary-order derivatives can be obtained through special power-laws in the infectivity and removal functions. This work intends to summarize previous ideas and show new results on a meaningful model constructed with Mittag-Leffler functions. We emphasize the tric...