A Wikipedia literature review
|A Wikipedia Literature Review|
|Authors:||Owen S. Martin|
|Citation:||arXiv : . 2010 May 12.|
|Publication type:||Working paper|
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This paper was originally designed as a literature review for a doctoral dissertation focusing on Wikipedia. This exposition gives the structure of Wikipedia and the latest trends in Wikipedia research.
"This literature review will come in several discrete steps. First, the nature of Wikipedia must be described and catalogued, so that mathematical rigor and statistical integrity can be applied to it. Second, the history of the existing statistical technologies will be presented, for reference to the changes we apply for this problem."
|Wikipedia coverage:||Main topic|
|Research design:||Literature review|
|Data source:||Scholarly articles|
|Collected data time dimension:||N/A|
|Unit of analysis:||Scholarly article|
|Wikipedia data extraction:||N/A|
|Wikipedia page type:||N/A|
|Wikipedia language:||All languages|
"There was literally no conclusion given in this working paper."
"Initially written for a dissertation, but the eventual dissertation mentions Wikipedia in passing only once: http://gradworks.umi.com/3490816.pdf"
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