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:
- We represent Wikimedia-pedia's Reach in our categorization as Readership, concerning reaching readers around the world with Wikimedia content.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
Pages using the property "Has topic"
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|'Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia' as a role model? Lessons for open innovation from an exploratory examination of the supposedly democratic-anarchic nature of Wikipedia +||Contributor motivation +, Policies and governance +, Social order +|
|A 'resource review' of Wikipedia +||Miscellaneous topics +|
|A Persian web page classifier applying a combination of content-based and context-based features +||Text classification +|
|A Wikipedia literature review +||Literature review +|
|A Wikipedia matching approach to contextual advertising +||Other information retrieval topics +|
|A comparison of World Wide Web resources for identifying medical information +||Health information source +, Ranking and popularity +|
|A comparison of privacy issues in collaborative workspaces and social networks +||Ethics +, Policies and governance +|
|A content-driven reputation system for the Wikipedia +||Reputation systems +|
|A cultural and political economy of Web 2.0 +||Culture and values of Wikipedia +, Other collaboration topics +, Policies and governance +, …|
|A data-driven sketch of Wikipedia editors +||Cultural and linguistic effects on participation +|
|A five-year study of on-campus Internet use by undergraduate biomedical students +||Domain-specific student readership +|
|A framework for information quality assessment +||Comprehensiveness +, Currency +, Featured articles +, …|
|A knowledge-based search engine powered by Wikipedia +||Query processing +|
|A multimethod study of information quality in wiki collaboration +||Antecedents of quality +, Featured articles +, Quality improvement processes +, …|
|A negative category based approach for Wikipedia document classification +||Text classification +|
|A new year, a new Internet +||Wikipedia as a system +|
|A request for help to improve the coverage of the NHS and UK healthcare issues on Wikipedia +||Health information source +|
|A semantic approach for question classification using WordNet and Wikipedia +||Text classification +|
|A systemic and cognitive view on collaborative knowledge building with wikis +||Deliberative collaboration +|
|A tale of two tasks: editing in the era of digital literacies +||Student contribution +, Student information literacy +|
|A utility for estimating the relative contributions of wiki authors +||Collaboration software +|
|Academics and Wikipedia: reframing Web 2.0 as a disruptor of traditional academic power-knowledge arrangements +||Epistemology +, Knowledge source for scholars and librarians +, Reader perceptions of credibility +, …|
|Accelerating networks +||Size of Wikipedia +|
|Access, claims and quality on the Internet - future challenges +||Epistemology +, Reader perceptions of credibility +|
|Accuracy estimate and optimization techniques for SimRank computation +||Ranking and clustering systems +|
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