Extraction of Importance activities from Supreme Court judgments to generate police daily reports

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Sukree Sinthupinyo
Napat Ngamsodsai


This research aims to solve the problem of the police daily record and help inquiry officers record the report conveniently. We extracted significant keywords, from Supreme Court’s judgments and related cases, to find the relationship between individual words. Moreover, to identify those keywords, we apply social network graph techniques; Betweenness Centrality, PageRank, Degree Centrality, Closeness Centrality, and Eigenvector Centrality. To create the daily report, we designed a procedure for traversing a summarized graph. As a result, we got a gist which can be taken as detail or circumstance to show in the daily report.

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