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  1. A Persian web page classifier applying a combination of content-based and context-based features (Mojgan Farhoodi Alireza Yari Maryam Mahmoudi International Journal of Information Studies)
  2. A comparison of privacy issues in collaborative workspaces and social networks (Martin Pekárek Stefanie Pötzsch Identity in the Information Society)
  3. A tale of two tasks: editing in the era of digital literacies (Kelly Chandler-Olcott Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy)
  4. A utility for estimating the relative contributions of wiki authors (Ofer Arazy Eleni Stroulia Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM’09))
  5. Addressing gaps in knowledge while reading (Christopher Jordan Carolyn Watters Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  6. An axiomatic approach for result diversification (Sreenivas Gollapudi Aneesh Sharma WWW '09 Proceedings of the 18th international conference on World wide web)
  7. An exploration on on-line mass collaboration: focusing on its motivation structure (Jae Kyung Ha Yong-Hak Kim International Journal of Social Sciences)
  8. Analysis of community structure in Wikipedia (Dmitry Lizorkin Olena Medelyan Maria Grineva 18th int. conf. on World Wide Web (WWW))
  9. Are web-based informational queries changing? (Chadwyn Tann Mark Sanderson Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  10. Arguably the greatest: sport fans and communities at work on Wikipedia (Meghan M. Ferriter Sociology of Sport Journal)
  11. Art history: a guide to basic research resources (Ching-Jung Chen Collection Building)
  12. Classifying tags using open content resources (Simon Overell Börkur Sigurbjörnsson Roelof Van Zwol WSDM '09 Proceedings of the Second ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining)
  13. Codifying collaborative knowledge: using Wikipedia as a basis for automated ontology learning (Tao Guo David G. Schwartz Frada Burstein Henry Linger Knowledge Management Research & Practice)
  14. Comparing featured article groups and revision patterns correlations in Wikipedia (Giacomo Poderi First Monday)
  15. Confessions of a librarian or: how I learned to stop worrying and love Google (Claire B. Gunnels Amy Sisson Community & Junior College Libraries)
  16. Conflict and consensus in the Chinese version of Wikipedia (Han-Teng Liao IEEE Technology and Society Magazine)
  17. Contextual retrieval of single Wikipedia articles to support the reading of academic abstracts (Christopher Jordan Dalhousie University)
  18. Crossing textual and visual content in different application scenarios (Julien Ah-Pine Marco Bressan Stephane Clinchant Gabriela Csurka Yves Hoppenot Jean-Michel Renders Multimedia Tools and Applications)
  19. DBpedia - a crystallization point for the web of data (Christian Bizer Jens Lehmann Georgi Kobilarov Sören Auer Christian Becker Richard Cyganiak Sebastian Hellmann Journal of Web Semantics)
  20. Decentralization in Wikipedia governance (Andrea Forte Vanesa Larco Amy Bruckman Journal of Management Information Systems)
  21. Dialogue through wikis: a pilot exploration of dialogic public relations and wiki websites (Corey A. Hickerson Sharlene R. Thompson PRism Online PR Journal)
  22. Editing Wikipedia content by screen reader: easier interaction with the accessible rich Internet applications suite (Marina Buzzi Barbara Leporini Disability and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology)
  23. Engaging with the world: students of comparative law write for Wikipedia (Normann Witzleb Legal Education Review)
  24. Enhancing cluster labeling using Wikipedia (David Carmel Haggai Roitman Naama Zwerdling SIGIR '09 Proceedings of the 32nd international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval)
  25. Essjay's ethos: rethinking textual origins and intellectual property (James J. Brown College Composition and Communication)
  26. Exploiting Wikipedia and EuroWordNet to solve cross-lingual question answering (Sergio Ferrandez Antonio Toral Oscar Ferrandez Antonio Ferrandez Rafael Munoz Information Sciences)
  27. Exploiting external/domain knowledge to enhance traditional text mining using graph-based methods (Xiaodan Zhang Drexel University)
  28. Extracting key terms from noisy and multitheme documents (Maria Grineva Maxim Grinev Dmitry Lizorkin WWW '09 Proceedings of the 18th international conference on World wide web)
  29. Finding hedges by chasing weasels: hedge detection using Wikipedia tags and shallow linguistic features (Viola Ganter Michael Strube ACLShort '09 Proceedings of the ACL-IJCNLP 2009 Conference Short Papers)
  30. Fixing the floating gap: The online encyclopaedia Wikipedia as a global memory place (Christian Pentzold Memory Studies)
  31. Gaming against the greater good (Ryan McGrady First Monday)
  32. Google: to use, or not to use. What is the question? (Natasha Choolhun Legal Information Management)
  33. Governance, organization, and democracy on the Internet: the iron law and the evolution of Wikipedia (Piotr Konieczny Sociological Forum)
  34. High school research and critical literacy: social studies with and despite Wikipedia (Houman Harouni Harvard Educational Review)
  35. How and why do college students use Wikipedia? (Sook Lim Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  36. Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibility (Kristine L. Callis Lindsey R. Christ Julian Resasco David W. Armitage Jeremy D. Ash Timothy T. Caughlin Sharon F. Clemmensen Stella M. Copeland Timothy J. Fullman Ryan L. Lynch Charley Olson Raya A. Pruner Ernane H.M. Vieira-Neto Raneve West-Singh Emilio M. Bruna Trends in ecology & evolution)
  37. Improving the extraction of bilingual terminology from Wikipedia (Maike Erdmann Kotaro Nakayama Takahiro Hara Shojiro Nishio ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications)
  38. In search of credibility: pupils' information practices in learning environments (Olof Sundin Helena Francke Information Research)
  39. Information arbitrage across multi-lingual Wikipedia (Eytan Adar Michael Skinner Daniel S. Weld WSDM '09 Proceedings of the Second ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining)
  40. Information sharing and social computing: why, what, and where? (Oded Nov Advances in Computers)
  41. Is Wikipedia unsuitable as a clinical information resource for medical students? (Michael P. Pender Kaye Lasserre Christopher Del Mar Lisa Kruesi Satyamurthy Anuradha Medical Teacher)
  42. Is open source software living up to its promises? Insights for open innovation management from two open source software-inspired projects (Gordon Müller-Seitz Guido Reger R & D Management)
  43. Issues of cross-contextual information quality evaluation-the case of Arabic, English, and Korean Wikipedias (Besiki Stvilia Abdullah Al-Faraj Yong Jeong Yi Library & Information Science Research)
  44. Junior physician's use of Web 2.0 for information seeking and medical education: a qualitative study (Benjamin Hughes Indra Joshi Hugh Lemonde Jonathan Wareham International Journal of Medical Informatics)
  45. Learning in and with an open wiki project: Wikiversity's potential in global capacity building (Teemu Leinonen Tere Vadén Juha Suoranta First Monday)
  46. Learning in public: information literacy and participatory media (Andrea Forte Georgia Institute of Technology)
  47. Learning weights for translation candidates in Japanese-Chinese information retrieval (Chu-Cheng Lin Yu-Chun Wang Chih-Hao Yeh Wei-Chi Tsai Richard Tzong-Han Tsai Expert Systems with Applications)
  48. Libraries and the mobile revolution: remediation=relevance (Michelle Leigh Jacobs Reference Services Review)
  49. Mining meaning from Wikipedia (Olena Medelyan David N. Milne Catherine Legg Ian H. Witten International Journal of Human Computer Studies)
  50. Mobile information retrieval with search results clustering: prototypes and evaluations (Claudio Carpineto Stefano Mizzaro Giovanni Romano Matteo Snidero Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  51. Network analysis of collaboration structure in Wikipedia (Ulrik Brandes Patrick Kenis Jürgen Lerner Denise van Raaij Proc. 18th Intl. World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2009))
  52. New technologies and terminological pressure in lesser-used languages : the Breton Wikipedia, from terminology consumer to potential terminology provider (Robert Neal Baxter Language problems & language planning)
  53. On the problem of wiki texts indexing (Andrew A. Krizhanovsky Alexander V. Smirnov Journal of Computer and Systems Sciences International)
  54. On the remediation of Wikipedia to the iPod (Jim Hahn Reference Services Review)
  55. On trusting Wikipedia (P.D. Magnus Episteme - Edinburgh)
  56. Overview of the INEX 2008 XML mining track (Ludovic Denoyer Patrick Gallinari Advances in Focused Retrieval)
  57. Quality assessment process in Wikipedia's Vetrina: the role of the community's policies and rules (Sara Monaci Observatorio (OBS*))
  58. Quantitative data and graphics on lexical specificity and index of readability: the case of Wikipedia (Antonella Elia RaeL: Revista Electronica de Linguistica Aplicada)
  59. Reengineering the Wikipedia for reputation (Thomas Rune Korsgaard Christian D. Jensen Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science)
  60. Reputation and reliability in collective goods: the case of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia (Denise Anthony Sean W. Smith Timothy Williamson Rationality and Society)
  61. Requirements-oriented methodology for evaluating ontologies (Jonathan Yu James A. Thom Audrey Tam Information Systems)
  62. Seeking health information online: does Wikipedia matter? (Michaël R. Laurent Tim J. Vickers Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association)
  63. Social self-regulation in computer mediated communities: the case of Wikipedia (Christopher Goldspink International Journal of Agent Technologies & Systems)
  64. Textual curators and writing machines: authorial agency in encyclopedias, print to digital (Krista A. Kennedy University of Minnesota)
  65. The WikiID: an alternative approach to the body of knowledge (Hannah Rose Mendoza Journal of Interior Design)
  66. The WikiPhil Portal: visualizing meaningful philosophical connections (Sofia J. Athenikos Xia Lin Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science)
  67. The citation of Wikipedia in judicial opinions (Lee F. Peoples Yale Journal of Law & Technology)
  68. The diffusion of a task recommendation system to facilitate contributions to an online community (Y. Connie Yuan Daniel Regis Cosley Howard T. Welser Ling Xia Geri Gay Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication)
  69. The epistemic cultures of science and Wikipedia: a comparison (K. Brad Wray Episteme - Edinburgh)
  70. The evolution of genre in Wikipedia (Malcolm Clark Ian Ruthven Patrik O’Brian Holt JLCL)
  71. The fate of expertise after Wikipedia (Lawrence M. Sanger Episteme - Edinburgh)
  72. The maturing concept of e-democracy: from e-voting and online consultations to democratic value out of jumbled online chatter (Martin Hilbert Journal of Information Technology & Politics)
  73. The paradox of expertise: is the Wikipedia reference desk as good as your library? (Pnina Shachaf Journal of Documentation)
  74. The reader-to-leader framework: motivating technology-mediated social participation (Jennifer Preece Ben Shneiderman AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction)
  75. The role of wiki technology and altruism in collaborative knowledge creation (Pattarawan Prasarnphanich Christian Wagner Journal of Computer Information Systems)
  76. The shoemaker's children: using wikis for information systems teaching, research, and publication (Gerald C. Kane Robert G. Fichman MIS Quarterly)
  77. The use and sharing of information from Wikipedia by high-tech professionals for work purposes (Hsin-liang Chen Electronic Library)
  78. The value of everything: ranking and association with encyclopedic knowledge (Kino High Coursey University of North Texas)
  79. Toward another rhetoric: Web 2.0, Levinas, and taking responsibility for response ability (Marc C. Santos Purdue University)
  80. Towards unrestricted, large-scale acquisition of feature-based conceptual representations from corpus data (Barry Devereux Nicholas Pilkington Thierry Poibeau Anna Korhonen Research on Language and Computation)
  81. Transparency and social responsibility issues for Wikipedia (Adele Santana Donna J. Wood Ethics and Information Technology)
  82. Understanding the appeal of user-generated media: a uses and gratification perspective (Guosong Shao Internet Research)
  83. Understanding user's query intent with Wikipedia (Jian Hu Gang Wang Fred Lochovsky Jian tao Sun Zheng Chen WWW '09 Proceedings of the 18th international conference on World wide web)
  84. Using Wikipedia knowledge to improve text classification (Pu Wang Jian Hu Hua-Jun Zeng Zheng Chen Knowledge and Information Systems)
  85. Using Wikipedia to bootstrap open information extraction (Daniel S. Weld Raphael Hoffmann Fei Wu ACM SIGMOD Record)
  86. Voluntary engagement in an open web-based encyclopedia: Wikipedians and why they do it (Joachim Schroer Guido Hertel Media Psychology)
  87. Web-based pattern learning for named entity translation in Korean-Chinese cross-language information retrieval (Yu-Chun Wang Richard Tzong-Han Tsai Wen-Lian Hsu Expert Systems with Applications)
  88. Web-scale distributional similarity and entity set expansion (Patrick Pantel Eric Crestan Arkady Borkovsky Ana-Maria Popescu Vishnu Vyas EMNLP '09 Proceedings of the 2009 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing: Volume 2 - Volume 2)
  89. What it means to ban Wikipedia: an exploration of the pedagogical principles at stake (Jeff Maehre College Teaching)
  90. What users see - structures in search engine results pages (Nadine Höchstötter Dirk Lewandowski Information Sciences)
  91. What's mine is mine: territoriality in collaborative authoring (Jennifer Thom-Santelli Daniel Regis Cosley Geri Gay CHI '09 Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Human factors in computing systems)
  92. What's on Wikipedia, and what's not ... ? Assessing completeness of information (Cindy Royal Deepina Kapila Social Science Computer Review)
  93. When the tenets of composition go public: a study of writing in Wikipedia (James Peter Purdy College Composition and Communication)
  94. Who writes the past? Student perceptions of Wikipedia knowledge and credibility in a world history classroom (Susanna Calkins Matthew R. Kelley Journal on Excellence in College Teaching)
  95. Why Wikipedia: self-efficacy and self-esteem in a knowledge-political battle for an egalitarian epistemology (Timme Bisgaard Munk Observatorio (OBS*))
  96. Wiki deployment in corporate settings (Ofer Arazy Ian Gellatly Soobaek Jang Raymond Patterson IEEE Technology & Society Magazine)
  97. Wiki technology - origin, development and importance (Đorđe Stakić Infotheca)
  98. Wiki-philosophizing in a marketplace of ideas: evaluating Wikipedia's entries on seven great minds (George Bragues MediaTropes eJournal)
  99. Wikipedia - a quantitative analysis (Felipe Ortega Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)
  100. Wikipedia - community or social movement? (Piotr Konieczny Interface)
  101. Wikipedia - friend or foe? (Kathy West Janet Williamson Reference Services Review)
  102. Wikipedia - friend, not foe (Darren Crovitz W. Scott Smoot English Journal)
  103. Wikipedia and lesser-resourced languages (Ziko van Dijk Language problems & language planning)
  104. Wikipedia and the epistemology of testimony (Deborah Perron Tollefsen Episteme - Edinburgh)
  105. Wikipedia leeches? The promotion of traffic through a collaborative web format (Ganaele Langlois Greg Elmer New Media & Society)
  106. Wikipedia model for collective intelligence: a review of information quality (Sharman Lichtenstein Craig M. Parker International Journal of Knowledge and Learning)
  107. Wikipedia workload analysis for decentralized hosting (Guido Urdaneta Guillaume Pierre Maarten van Steen Computer Networks)
  108. Wikipedia, critical social theory, and the possibility of rational discourse (Sean Hansen Nicholas Berente Kalle Lyytinen Information Society)
  109. Wikipedia-based semantic interpretation for natural language processing (Evgeniy Gabrilovich Shaul Markovitch Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research)
  110. Wikis as digital ecosystems: an analysis based on authorship (Robert P. Biuk-Aghai Libby Veng-Sam Tang Simon Fong Yain-Whar Si Third IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST 2009))
  111. Wikitruth through wikiorder (David A. Hoffman Said K. Mehra Emory Law Journal)
  112. Wisdom of crowds versus wisdom of linguists - measuring the semantic relatedness of words (Torsten Zesch Iryna Gurevych Natural Language Engineering)
  113. Writing, citing, and participatory media: wikis as learning environments in the high school classroom (Andrea Forte Amy Bruckman International Journal of Learning)