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Proceedings of the 22nd ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia

Fullname:Hypertext'11: Proceedings of the 22nd ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia
Editors:Paul De Bra; Kaj Grønbæk
Location:Eindhoven, Netherlands
Dates:2011-Jun-06 to 2011-Jun-09
Standard No:ISBN: 1-4503-0256-4, 978-1-4503-0256-2; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: HYPER11
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Keynote-invited talks
  2. Track 1: dynamic and computed hypermedia
  3. Track 2: emerging structures and ubiquitous hypermedia
  4. Track 3: social media (linking people and things)
  5. Track 4: interaction, narrative, and storytelling

Keynote-invited talks

From disasters to WOW: using web science to understand and enable 21st century multidimensional networks BIBAFull-Text 1-2
  Noshir Contractor
From hypertext to linked data: the ever evolving web BIBAFull-Text 3-4
  Wendy Hall
Emerging trends in search user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 5-6
  Marti A. Hearst

Track 1: dynamic and computed hypermedia

Implicit association via crowd-sourced coselection BIBAFull-Text 7-16
  Helen Ashman; Michael Antunovic; Satit Chaprasit; Gavin Smith; Mark Truran
Bridging link and query intent to enhance web search BIBAFull-Text 17-26
  Na Dai; Xiaoguang Qi; Brian D. Davison
Beyond the usual suspects: context-aware revisitation support BIBAFull-Text 27-36
  Ricardo Kawase; George Papadakis; Eelco Herder; Wolfgang Nejdl
Automatic mining of cognitive metadata using fuzzy inference BIBAFull-Text 37-46
  Melike Sah; Vincent Wade
Personalised rating prediction for new users using latent factor models BIBAFull-Text 47-56
  Yanir Seroussi; Fabian Bohnert; Ingrid Zukerman
Little search game: term network acquisition via a human computation game BIBAFull-Text 57-62
  Jakub Simko; Michal Tvarozek; Maria Bielikova
GALE: a highly extensible adaptive hypermedia engine BIBAFull-Text 63-72
  David Smits; Paul De Bra
Personalisation in the wild: providing personalisation across semantic, social and open-web resources BIBAFull-Text 73-82
  Ben Steichen; Alexander O'Connor; Vincent Wade
Evaluating significance of historical entities based on tempo-spatial impacts analysis using Wikipedia link structure BIBAFull-Text 83-92
  Yuku Takahashi; Hiroaki Ohshima; Mitsuo Yamamoto; Hirotoshi Iwasaki; Satoshi Oyama; Katsumi Tanaka
Tags vs shelves: from social tagging to social classification BIBAFull-Text 93-102
  Arkaitz Zubiaga; Christian Körner; Markus Strohmaier

Track 2: emerging structures and ubiquitous hypermedia

Can we talk about spatial hypertext BIBAFull-Text 103-112
  Mark Bernstein
Many views, many modes, many tools & one structure BIBAFull-Text 113-122
  William Jones; Kenneth M. Anderson
Hypertext structures for investigative teams BIBAFull-Text 123-132
  Rasmus Rosenqvist Petersen; Uffe Kock Wiil
An experience using a spatial hypertext Wiki BIBAFull-Text 133-142
  Carlos Solis; Nour Ali
A generic approach for on-the-fly adding of context-aware features to existing websites BIBAFull-Text 143-152
  William Van Woensel; Sven Casteleyn; Olga De Troyer

Track 3: social media (linking people and things)

Semantic similarity in heterogeneous ontologies BIBAFull-Text 153-160
  Elisa Chiabrando; Silvia Likavec; Ilaria Lombardi; Claudia Picardi; Daniele Theseider Dupré
Identifying relevant social media content: leveraging information diversity and user cognition BIBAFull-Text 161-170
  Munmun De Choudhury; Scott Counts; Mary Czerwinski
All liaisons are dangerous when all your friends are known to us BIBAFull-Text 171-180
  Daniel Gayo Avello
Modeling the structure and evolution of discussion cascades BIBAFull-Text 181-190
  Vicenç Gómez; Hilbert J. Kappen; Andreas Kaltenbrunner
Reactive tags: associating behaviour to prescriptive tags BIBAFull-Text 191-200
  Jon Iturrioz; Oscar Díaz; Iker Azpeitia
Co-authorship 2.0: patterns of collaboration in Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 201-210
  David Laniado; Riccardo Tasso
Extracting the mesoscopic structure from heterogeneous systems BIBAFull-Text 211-220
  Xin Liu; Tsuyoshi Murata
Social networks of Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 221-230
  Paolo Massa
Social capital increases efficiency of collaboration among Wikipedia editors BIBAFull-Text 231-240
  Keiichi Nemoto; Peter Gloor; Robert Laubacher
Individual behavior and social influence in online social systems BIBAFull-Text 241-250
  Manos Papagelis; Vanessa Murdock; Roelof van Zwol
A community question-answering refinement system BIBAFull-Text 251-260
  Maria Soledad Pera; Yiu-Kai Ng
A3P: adaptive policy prediction for shared images over popular content sharing sites BIBAFull-Text 261-270
  Anna Cinzia Squicciarini; Smitha Sundareswaran; Dan Lin; Josh Wede
A transfer approach to detecting disease reporting events in blog social media BIBAFull-Text 271-280
  Avaré Stewart; Matthew Smith; Wolfgang Nejdl
Entity set expansion in opinion documents BIBAFull-Text 281-290
  Lei Zhang; Bing Liu

Track 4: interaction, narrative, and storytelling

An algorithm to generate engaging narratives through non-linearity BIBAFull-Text 291-298
  Vinay Chilukuri; Bipin Indurkhya
Succinct summaries of narrative events using social networks BIBAFull-Text 299-304
  Bart de Goede; Maarten Marx; Arjan Nusselder; Justin van Wees
The victorian web and the victorian course wiki: comparing the educational effectiveness of identical assignments in web 1.0 and web 2.0 BIBAFull-Text 305-312
  George P. Landow
New plots for hypertext?: towards poetics of a hypertext node BIBAFull-Text 313-318
  Mariusz Pisarski
Vladimir Nabokov's pale fire: the lost 'father of all hypertext demos'? BIBAFull-Text 319-324
  Simon Rowberry
Automatic generation of video narratives from shared UGC BIBAFull-Text 325-334
  Vilmos Zsombori; Michael Frantzis; Rodrigo Laiola Guimaraes; Marian Florin Ursu; Pablo Cesar; Ian Kegel; Roland Craigie; Dick C. A. Bulterman