Languages: en
Multilinguality: monolingual
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Dataset Card for Multi-XScience

Dataset Summary

Multi-XScience, a large-scale multi-document summarization dataset created from scientific articles. Multi-XScience introduces a challenging multi-document summarization task: writing therelated-work section of a paper based on itsabstract and the articles it references.

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The text in the dataset is in English

Dataset Structure

Data Instances

{'abstract': 'Author(s): Kuperberg, Greg; Thurston, Dylan P. | Abstract: We give a purely topological definition of the perturbative quantum invariants of links and 3-manifolds associated with Chern-Simons field theory. Our definition is as close as possible to one given by Kontsevich. We will also establish some basic properties of these invariants, in particular that they are universally finite type with respect to algebraically split surgery and with respect to Torelli surgery. Torelli surgery is a mutual generalization of blink surgery of Garoufalidis and Levine and clasper surgery of Habiro.', 'aid': 'math9912167', 'mid': '1631980677', 'ref_abstract': {'abstract': ['This note is a sequel to our earlier paper of the same title [4] and describes invariants of rational homology 3-spheres associated to acyclic orthogonal local systems. Our work is in the spirit of the Axelrod–Singer papers [1], generalizes some of their results, and furnishes a new setting for the purely topological implications of their work.', 'Recently, Mullins calculated the Casson-Walker invariant of the 2-fold cyclic branched cover of an oriented link in S^3 in terms of its Jones polynomial and its signature, under the assumption that the 2-fold branched cover is a rational homology 3-sphere. Using elementary principles, we provide a similar calculation for the general case. In addition, we calculate the LMO invariant of the p-fold branched cover of twisted knots in S^3 in terms of the Kontsevich integral of the knot.'], 'cite_N': ['@cite_16', '@cite_26'], 'mid': ['1481005306', '1641082372']}, 'related_work': 'Two other generalizations that can be considered are invariants of graphs in 3-manifolds, and invariants associated to other flat connections @cite_16 . We will analyze these in future work. Among other things, there should be a general relation between flat bundles and links in 3-manifolds on the one hand and finite covers and branched covers on the other hand @cite_26 .'}

Data Fields

{abstract: text of paper abstract
aid: arxiv id
mid: microsoft academic graph id
abstract: text of reference paper (cite_N) abstract
cite_N: special cite symbol,
mid: reference paper's (cite_N) microsoft academic graph id
related_work: text of paper related work

Data Splits

The data is split into a training, validation and test.

Tain Valid Test
30369 5066 5093

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Thanks to @moussaKam for adding this dataset.

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