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Rahul Singh Jadon , Prof. Monika Raghuvanshi, Prof. Jeetendra Singh Yadav

1M.Tech Scholar of CSE,2Professor - HOD,3Assistant Professor 123Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering123BHABHA Engineering Research Institute Bhopal (M.P.)


With the happening to the data upheaval, electronic reports are turning into a guideline mediaof business and scholastic data. To completely use these on-line archives adequately, it is pivotal tohave the option to separate the essence of these records. It isn't the situation that a specific groupingcalculation is most appropriate for bunching of archives of various document designs. Having a TextSummarization framework would hence be monstrously valuable in serving this need. To create asynopsis, we need to recognize the main snippets of data from the record, overlooking immaterial dataand limiting subtleties, and amassing them into a reduced Coherent report. A specific Clusteringcalculation is most appropriate for question subordinate content archive outline. As every documentwe can convert into text, this strategy is much needful for the end users. The conclusion is drawn byusing and comparing two different clustering algorithms namely Nearest Neighbour andAgglomerative Hierarchical Clustering Algorithm.devices

Keywords : Summarization, Clustering, Query Dependent, Text Summarization, Nearest Neighbour,Agglomerative Hierarchical.