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Proceedings of the 2012 International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration

Fullname:Proceedings of the Eighth Annual International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration
Editors:Cliff Lampe
Location:Linz, Austria
Dates:2012-Aug-27 to 2012-Aug-29
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-1605-7; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: ISW12
Papers:41
Pages:295
Links:Symposium Website | Online Proceedings | Symposium Series Home Page
  1. Emergent
  2. Know thy editor
  3. Wikipedia articles gone wild
  4. Wiki-chanics
  5. Beyond Wikipedia
  6. Under the collaborative covers
  7. Language/culture
  8. Posters
  9. Demos
  10. Panel

Emergent

Staying in the loop: structure and dynamics of Wikipedia's breaking news collaborations BIBAFull-Text 1
  Brian Keegan; Darren Gergle; Noshir Contractor
Psychological processes underlying Wikipedia representations of natural and manmade disasters BIBAFull-Text 2
  Michela Ferron; Paolo Massa

Know thy editor

Drawing a data-driven portrait of Wikipedia editors BIBAFull-Text 3
  Robert West; Ingmar Weber; Carlos Castillo
How long do Wikipedia editors keep active? BIBAFull-Text 4
  Dell Zhang; Karl Prior; Mark Levene
Etiquette in Wikipedia: weening new editors into productive ones BIBAFull-Text 5
  Ryan Faulkner; Steven Walling; Maryana Pinchuk

Wikipedia articles gone wild

There is no deadline: time evolution of Wikipedia discussions BIBAFull-Text 6
  Andreas Kaltenbrunner; David Laniado
Identifying controversial articles in Wikipedia: a comparative study BIBAFull-Text 7
  Hoda Sepehri Rad; Denilson Barbosa
{{Citation needed}}: the dynamics of referencing in Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 8
  Chih-Chun Chen; Camille Roth
Emotions and dialogue in a peer-production community: the case of Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 9
  David Laniado; Andreas Kaltenbrunner; Carlos Castillo; Mayo Fuster Morell

Wiki-chanics

Natural language processing for MediaWiki: the semantic assistants approach BIBAFull-Text 10
  Bahar Sateli; René Witte
Wikipedia customization through web augmentation techniques BIBAFull-Text 11
  Oscar Díaz; Cristóbal Arellano; Gorka Puente
Classifying Wikipedia articles using network motif counts and ratios BIBAFull-Text 12
  Guangyu Wu; Martin Harrigan; Pádraig Cunningham

Beyond Wikipedia

Towards content-driven reputation for collaborative code repositories BIBAFull-Text 13
  Andrew G. West; Insup Lee
Design for free learning: a case study on supporting a service design course BIBAFull-Text 14
  Teresa Consiglio; Gerrit C. van der Veer
On the accuracy of urban crowd-sourcing for maintaining large-scale geospatial databases BIBAFull-Text 15
  Afra Mashhadi; Giovanni Quattrone; Licia Capra; Peter Mooney

Under the collaborative covers

"Writing up rather than writing down": becoming Wikipedia literate BIBAFull-Text 16
  Heather Ford; R. Stuart Geiger
Deletion discussions in Wikipedia: decision factors and outcomes BIBAFull-Text 17
  Jodi Schneider; Alexandre Passant; Stefan Decker
Mutual evaluation of editors and texts for assessing quality of Wikipedia articles BIBAFull-Text 18
  Yu Suzuki; Masatoshi Yoshikawa

Language/culture

Biographical social networks on Wikipedia: a cross-cultural study of links that made history BIBAFull-Text 19
  Pablo Aragon; David Laniado; Andreas Kaltenbrunner; Yana Volkovich
In search of the ur-Wikipedia: universality, similarity, and translation in the Wikipedia inter-language link network BIBAFull-Text 20
  Morten Warncke-Wang; Anuradha Uduwage; Zhenhua Dong; John Riedl
Manypedia: comparing language points of view of Wikipedia communities BIBAFull-Text 21
  Paolo Massa; Federico Scrinzi

Posters

Collaborative hypervideo editing using MediaWiki BIBAFull-Text 22
  Niels Seidel
How people assess cooperatively authored information resources BIBAFull-Text 23
  Andrea Forte; Thomas Park
LuKe: the challenge of integrating bottom-up wiki working environments in contexts of academic learning BIBAFull-Text 24
  Benedikt G. Kroll
Preparing wikis for educational settings: the role of discussion board use in wiki-based writing BIBAFull-Text 25
  Astrid Wichmann
ReqWiki: a semantic system for collaborative software requirements engineering BIBAFull-Text 26
  Bahar Sateli; Srinivasan Sembakkam Rajivelu; Elian Angius; René Witte
Two corporate wiki applications for process improvement BIBAFull-Text 27
  Alexildo Velozo Vaz; Diana Pierre do Nascimento
Understanding wiki collaboration in Quebec healthcare organizations BIBAFull-Text 28
  Régis Barondeau
Wedata: a wiki system for service oriented tiny code sharing BIBAFull-Text 29
  Koichiro Eto; Masahiro Hamasaki; Hideaki Takeda
Wikipedia in the age of Siri: task-based evaluation of Google, Wikipedia, and Wolfram Alpha BIBAFull-Text 30
  Hogyeong Jeong

Demos

Alternative interfaces for deletion discussions in Wikipedia: some proposals using decision factors BIBAFull-Text 31
  Jodi Schneider; Krystian Samp
CoSyne: synchronizing multilingual wiki content BIBAFull-Text 32
  Amit Bronner; Matteo Negri; Yashar Mehdad; Angela Fahrni; Christof Monz
Papyrus: a deep hypertext system BIBAFull-Text 33
  Victor Grishchenko; Aleksei Balandin
Statistical computing and graphics in Opasnet MediaWiki BIBAFull-Text 34
  Juha Villman; Einari Happonen
Supporting wiki users with natural language processing BIBAFull-Text 35
  Bahar Sateli; René Witte
The consensus game: modeling peer decision protocols BIBAFull-Text 36
  Oren Bochman
WikiLayer: annotation for Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 37
  Oscar Diaz; Cristóbal Arellano; Gorka Puente
WikiNext, a JavaScript wiki with semantic features BIBAFull-Text 38
  Pavel Arapov; Michel Buffa
WikiTrip: animated visualization over time of geo-location and gender of Wikipedians who edited a page BIBAFull-Text 39
  Paolo Massa; Maurizio Napolitano; Federico Scrinzi; Michela Ferron
WikiWhirl: wiki refactoring made easy BIBAFull-Text 40
  Gorka Puente; Oscar Díaz

Panel

What aren't we measuring?: methods for quantifying wiki-work BIBAFull-Text 41
  Aaron Halfaker; Brian Keegan; Andrea Forte; R. Stuart Geiger; Dario Taraborelli; Maryana Pinchuk; Mikhil Masli