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Topics are the main subject categorization used to classify articles specifically about Wikipedia:


The categories are based on the following sources:

  • The four major categories correspond to the four major groupings from Wikimedia-pedia, a collection of knowledge about Wikimedia Foundation projects. To facilitate dissemination of our findings to the Wikimedia community, we have closely paralleled their four groupings:
  1. We represent Wikimedia-pedia's Reach in our categorization as Readership, concerning reaching readers around the world with Wikimedia content.
  2. We represent Wikimedia-pedia's Quality in our categorization as Content, referring to studies concerned with actual content of the encyclopedia articles; this includes the quality of articles but also issues such as the overall size of Wikipedia.
  3. We represent Wikimedia-pedia's Participation in our categorization as Participation, referring to studies concerning to wikipedians as community members, their contribution to articles and other kinds of collaboration.
  4. We represent Wikimedia-pedia's Operations in our categorization as Infrastructure, referring to studies about the organizational, legal, philosophical and technological infrastructure underlying Wikipedia.
  • The Corpus category is subdivided according to the three major groupings from Medelyan O., Milne D., Legg C., Witten I.H. (2009), Mining meaning from Wikipedia, International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 67 (9), pp. 716-754.
  • The General category comprises articles that span categories without belonging to any specific one, or defy other classification.

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Action research as a congruent methodology for understanding wikis: the case of Wikiversity +Research platform  +
Adaptive indexing for content-based search in P2P systems +Other information retrieval topics  +
Addressing gaps in knowledge while reading +Reading support  +
Adhocratic governance in the Internet age: a case of Wikipedia +Policies and governance  +
An Aesthetic for Deliberating Online: Thinking Through “Universal Pragmatics” and “Dialogism” with Reference to Wikipedia +Epistemology  +, Deliberative collaboration  +
An activity theoretic model for information quality change +Featured articles  +
An analysis of Wikipedia +Antecedents of quality  +, Size of Wikipedia  +, Commercial aspects  +
An analysis of the delayed response to hurricane Katrina through the lens of knowledge management +News source  +
An analysis of topical coverage of Wikipedia +Comprehensiveness  +
An axiomatic approach for result diversification +Ranking and clustering systems  +
An empirical examination of Wikipedia's credibility +Reliability  +
An empirical study of the effects of NLP components on geographic IR performance +Geographic information retrieval  +
An evaluation of medical knowledge contained in Wikipedia and its use in the LOINC database +Other information retrieval topics  +
An exploration on on-line mass collaboration: focusing on its motivation structure +Contributor motivation  +, Other collaboration topics  +
An inside view: credibility in Wikipedia from the perspective of editors +Contributor perceptions of credibility  +
Analyzing and visualizing the semantic coverage of Wikipedia and its authors +Semantic relatedness  +
Analyzing the creative editing behavior of Wikipedia editors: through dynamic social network analysis +Social order  +
Applications of semantic web methodologies and techniques to social networks and social websites +Technical infrastructure  +
Are web-based informational queries changing? +Cross-domain student readership  +
Arguably the greatest: sport fans and communities at work on Wikipedia +Contributor engagement  +
Art history: a guide to basic research resources +Knowledge source for scholars and librarians  +
Articulations of wikiwork: uncovering valued work in Wikipedia through barnstars +Contributor engagement  +
Assessing the value of cooperation in Wikipedia +Featured articles  +, Other collaboration topics  +
Assigning trust to Wikipedia content +Reputation systems  +
Automatic vandalism detection in Wikipedia +Vandalism  +
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