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  1. 'Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia' as a role model? Lessons for open innovation from an exploratory examination of the supposedly democratic-anarchic nature of Wikipedia (Gordon Müller-Seitz Guido Reger International Journal of Technology Management)
  2. A Wikipedia literature review (Owen S. Martin ArXiv)
  3. A Wikipedia matching approach to contextual advertising (Alexander N. Pak Chin-Wan Chung World Wide Web)
  4. A cultural and political economy of Web 2.0 (Robert W. Gehl George Mason University)
  5. A five-year study of on-campus Internet use by undergraduate biomedical students (Terry Judd Gregor Kennedy Computers and Education)
  6. A method for category similarity calculation in wikis (Cheong-Iao Pang Robert P. Biuk-Aghai Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration (WikiSym '10))
  7. A negative category based approach for Wikipedia document classification (Meenakshi Sundaram Murugeshan K. Lakshmi Saswati Mukherjee International Journal of Knowledge Engineering and Data Mining)
  8. A semantic approach for question classification using WordNet and Wikipedia (Santosh Kumar Ray Shailendra Singh B.P. Joshi Pattern Recognition Letters)
  9. Academics and Wikipedia: reframing Web 2.0 as a disruptor of traditional academic power-knowledge arrangements (Henk Eijkman Campus-Wide Information Systems)
  10. Accuracy estimate and optimization techniques for SimRank computation (Dmitry Lizorkin Pavel Velikhov Maxim Grinev Denis Turdakov VLDB Journal)
  11. Adhocratic governance in the Internet age: a case of Wikipedia (Piotr Konieczny Journal of Information Technology & Politics)
  12. An evaluation of medical knowledge contained in Wikipedia and its use in the LOINC database (Jeff Friedlin Clement J McDonald Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association)
  13. An inside view: credibility in Wikipedia from the perspective of editors (Helena Francke Olof Sundin Information Research)
  14. Analyzing the creative editing behavior of Wikipedia editors: through dynamic social network analysis (Takashi Iba Keiichi Nemoto Bernd Peters Peter A. Gloor Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences)
  15. Automatic word sense disambiguation based on document networks (Denis Turdakov S.D. Kuznetsov Programming and Computer Software)
  16. Be nice: Wikipedia norms for supportive communication (Joseph M. Reagle New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia)
  17. Beyond the legacy of the enlightenment? Online encyclopaedias as digital heterotopias (Jutta Haider Olof Sundin First Monday)
  18. Beyond vandalism: Wikipedia trolls (Pnina Shachaf Noriko Hara Journal of Information Science)
  19. BinRank: scaling dynamic authority-based search using materialized subgraphs (Heasoo Hwang Andrey Balmin Berthold Reinwald Erik Nijkamp IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering)
  20. Bridging domains using world wide knowledge for transfer learning (Evan Wei Xiang Bin Cao Derek Hao Hu Qiang Yang IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering)
  21. Characterizing and modeling the dynamics of online popularity (Jacob Ratkiewicz Santo Fortunato Alessandro Flammini Filippo Menczer Alessandro Vespignani Physical Review Letters)
  22. Chemical information media in the chemistry lecture hall: a comparative assessment of two online encyclopedias (Lukas Korosec Peter Andreas Limacher Hans Peter Lüthi Martin Paul Brändle CHIMIA)
  23. Comparing methods for single paragraph similarity analysis (Benjamin Stone Simon Dennis Peter J. Kwantes Topics in Cognitive Science)
  24. Consistency without concurrency control in large, dynamic systems (Mihai Letia Nuno Preguiça Marc Shapiro ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review)
  25. Constructing commons in the cultural environment (Michael J. Madison Brett M. Frischmann Katherine J. Strandburg CORNELL LAW REVIEW)
  26. Creative commons international the international license porting project (Catharina Maracke JIPITEC)
  27. Cross-cultural analysis of the Wikipedia community (Noriko Hara Pnina Shachaf Khe Foon Hew Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  28. Cross-language plagiarism detection (Martin Potthast Alberto Barrón-Cedeño Benno Stein Paolo Rosso Language Resources and Evaluation)
  29. Crowdsourcing: how and why should libraries do it? (Rose Holley D-Lib Magazine)
  30. Determinants of Wikipedia quality: the roles of global and local contribution inequality (Ofer Arazy Oded Nov Proceedings of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 2010)
  31. Dynamic link-based ranking over large-scale graph-structured data (Heasoo Hwang University of California, San Diego)
  32. Entity ranking in Wikipedia: utilising categories, links and topic difficulty prediction (Jovan Pehcevski James A. Thom Anne-Marie Vercoustre Vladimir Naumovski Information Retrieval)
  33. Evaluating quality control of Wikipedia's feature articles (David Lindsey First Monday)
  34. Expert-built and collaboratively constructed lexical semantic resources (Iryna Gurevych Elisabeth Wolf Language and Linguistics Compass)
  35. Expressing territoriality in online collaborative environments (Jennifer Thom-Santelli Cornell University)
  36. Extracting content holes by comparing community-type content with Wikipedia (Akiyo Nadamoto Eiji Aramaki Takeshi Abekawa Yohei Murakami International Journal of Web Information Systems)
  37. Extraction, selection and ranking of field association (FA) terms from domain-specific corpora for building a comprehensive FA terms dictionary (Tshering Dorji El sayed Atlam Susumu Yata Masao Fuketa Kazuhiro Morita Junichi Aoe Knowledge and Information Systems)
  38. Facet-based opinion retrieval from blogs (Olga Vechtomova Information Processing and Management)
  39. Forced transparency: corporate image on Wikipedia and what it means for public relations (Marcia W. DiStaso Marcus Messner Public Relations Journal)
  40. From town-halls to wikis: exploring Wikipedia's implications for deliberative democracy (Nathaniel J. Klemp Andrew T. Forcehimes Journal of Public Deliberation)
  41. Gender differences in information behavior concerning Wikipedia, an unorthodox information source? (Sook Lim Nahyun Kwon Library & Information Science Research)
  42. Governance in social media: a case study of the Wikipedia promotion process (Jure Leskovec Daniel Huttenlocher Jon Kleinberg Fourth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media)
  43. Governance of massive multiauthor collaboration - Linux, Wikipedia, and other networks: governed by bilateral contracts, partnerships, or something in between? (Dan Wielsch JIPITEC)
  44. Governance of online creation communities: Provision of infrastructure for the building of digital commons (Mayo Fuster Morell European University Institute)
  45. How can contributors to open-source communities be trusted? On the assumption, inference, and substitution of trust (Paul B. de Laat Ethics and Information Technology)
  46. How today's college students use Wikipedia for course-related research (Alison J. Head Michael Eisenberg First Monday)
  47. Identifying and understanding the problems of Wikipedia's peer governance: the case of inclusionists versus deletionists (Vasilis Kostakis First Monday)
  48. Identifying the borders of mathematical knowledge (Filipi Nascimento Silva Bruno A. N. Travençolo Matheus P. Viana Luciano da Fontoura Costa Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical)
  49. Image interpretation using large corpus: Wikipedia (Mandar Rahurkar Shen-Fu Tsai Charlie Dagli Thomas S. Huang Proceedings of the IEEE)
  50. Improving Wikipedia's credibility: references and citations in a sample of history articles (Brendan Luyt Daniel Tan Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  51. Improving science education and understanding through editing Wikipedia (Cheryl L. Moy Jonas R. Locke Brian P. Coppola Anne J. McNeil Journal of Chemical Education)
  52. Individual focus and knowledge contribution (Lada A. Adamic Xiao Wei Jiang Yang Sean Gerrish Kevin K. Nam Gavin S. Clarkson First Monday)
  53. Industrial ecology 2.0 (Chris Davis Igor Nikolic Gerard P.J. Dijkema Journal of Industrial Ecology)
  54. Information seeking with Wikipedia on the iPod touch (Jim Hahn Reference Services Review)
  55. Informed investors and the Internet (Amir Rubin Eran Rubin Journal of Business Finance & Accounting)
  56. Interactive visualization for opportunistic exploration of large document collections (Simon Lehmann Ulrich Schwanecke Ralf Dörner Information Systems)
  57. Japanese-Chinese information retrieval with an iterative weighting scheme (Chu-Cheng Lin Yu-Chun Wang Richard Tzong-Han Tsai Journal of Information Science and Engineering)
  58. Keyphrase extraction based on topic relevance and term association (Decong Li Sujian Li Wenjie Li Congyun Gu Yun Li Journal of Information and Computational Science)
  59. Learning to rank with (a lot of) word features (Bing Bai Jason Weston David Grangier Ronan Collobert Kunihiko Sadamasa Yanjun Qi Olivier Chapelle Kilian Weinberger Information Retrieval)
  60. Legitimizing Wikipedia: how US national newspapers frame and use the online encyclopedia in their coverage (Marcus Messner Jeff South Journalism Practice)
  61. Librarian perception of Wikipedia: threats or opportunities for librarianship? (Brendan Luyt Yasmin Ally Nur Hakim Low Norah Binte Ismail LIBRI)
  62. Logic-based question answering (Ulrich Furbach Ingo Glöckner Hermann Helbig Björn Pelzer KI – Künstliche Intelligenz)
  63. Logoot-undo: distributed collaborative editing system on P2P networks (Stephane Weiss Pascal Urso Pascal Molli IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems)
  64. Mediating at the student-Wikipedia intersection (Angela Doucet Rand Journal of Library Administration)
  65. Meeting student writers where they are: using Wikipedia to teach responsible scholarship (Paula Patch Teaching English in the Two-Year College)
  66. Modeling events in time using cascades of Poisson processes (Aleksandr Simma University of California, Berkeley)
  67. Modeling user reputation in wikis (Sara Javanmardi Cristina Lopes Pierre Baldi Statistical Analysis and Data Mining)
  68. Motivations of Wikipedia content contributors (Heng-Li Yang Cheng-Yu Lai Computers in Human Behavior)
  69. Negative selection of written language using character multiset statistics (Matti Pöllä Timo Honkela Journal of Computer Science and Technology)
  70. Normative behaviour in Wikipedia (Christopher Goldspink Information)
  71. Of Descartes and of train schedules: evaluating the Encyclopedia Judaica, Wikipedia, and other general and Jewish studies encyclopedias (Roger S. Kohn Library Review)
  72. Peer-to-peer review and the future of scholarly authority (Kathleen Fitzpatrick Social Epistemology)
  73. Predicting positive and negative links in online social networks (Jure Leskovec Daniel Huttenlocher Jon Kleinberg WWW '10 Proceedings of the 19th international conference on World wide web)
  74. Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on Wikipedia (Judd David Antin Coye Cheshire ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work)
  75. Recognizing contributions in wikis: authorship categories, algorithms, and visualizations (Ofer Arazy Eleni Stroulia Stan Ruecker Cristina Arias Carlos Fiorentino Veselin Ganev Timothy Yau Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  76. Rfam: Wikipedia, clans and the "decimal" release (Paul P. Gardner Jennifer Daub John Tate Benjamin L. Moore Isabelle H. Osuch Sam Griffiths-Jones Robert D. Finn Eric P. Nawrocki Diana L. Kolbe Sean R. Eddy Alex Bateman Nucleic Acids Research)
  77. Seeing similarity in the face of difference: enabling comparison of online production systems (Claudia Müller-Birn Benedikt Meuthrath Andreas Erber Sebastian Burkhart Anne Baumgrass JanetteLehmann Robert Schmidl Social Network Analysis and Mining)
  78. Sleeping with the enemy: Wikipedia in the college classroom (Cullen J. Chandler Alison S. Gregory The History Teacher)
  79. Social operational information, competence, and participation in online collective action (Judd David Antin University of California)
  80. Struggles online over the meaning of 'down's syndrome': a 'dialogic' interpretation (Nicholas Cimini Health (London, England: 1997))
  81. Testing an integrative theoretical model of knowledge-sharing behavior in the context of Wikipedia (Hichang Cho Meihui Chen Siyoung Chung Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology)
  82. The Rolls Royce of the library reference collection (John W. East Reference and User Services Quarterly)
  83. The changing space of research: Web 2.0 and the integration of research and writing environments (James Peter Purdy Computers and Composition)
  84. The collective intelligence genome (Thomas W. Malone Robert Laubacher Chrysanthos Dellarocas MIT Sloan Management Review)
  85. The framing of political NGOs in Wikipedia through criticism elimination (Andre Oboler Gerald Steinberg Rephael Stern Journal of Information Technology & Politics)
  86. The gene wiki: community intelligence applied to human gene annotation (Jon W. Huss Pierre Lindenbaum Michael Martone Donabel Roberts Angel Pizarro Faramarz Valafar John B. Hogenesch Andrew I. Su Nucleic Acids Research)
  87. The pathology informatics curriculum wiki: harnessing the power of user-generated content (Ji Yeon Kim Thomas M. Gudewicz Anand S. Dighe John R. Gilbertson Journal of Pathology Informatics)
  88. The perspectives of higher education faculty on Wikipedia (Hsin-liang Chen Electronic Library)
  89. The value of geographic wikis (Reid Priedhorsky University of Minnesota)
  90. The work of sustaining order in Wikipedia: the banning of a vandal (R. Stuart Geiger David Ribes CSCW '10 Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work)
  91. Two-dimensional ranking of Wikipedia articles (A. O. Zhirov O. V. Zhirov D. L. Shepelyansky The European Physical Journal B - Condensed Matter and Complex Systems)
  92. Users of the world, unite! The challenges and opportunities of social media (Andreas M. Kaplan Michael Haenlein Business Horizons)
  93. Using web sources for improving video categorization (José M. Perea-Ortega Arturo Montejo-Ráez M. Teresa Martín-Valdivia L. Alfonso Ureña-López Journal of Intelligent Information Systems)
  94. Using wikis as an online health information resource (Paula Younger Nursing Standard)
  95. Viral: visual image retrieval and localization (Yannis Kalantidis Giorgos Tolias Yannis Avrithis Marios Phinikettos Evaggelos Spyrou Phivos Mylonas Stefanos Kollias Multimedia Tools and Applications)
  96. Vision of a Visipedia (Pietro Perona Proceedings of the IEEE)
  97. Visualizing co-evolution of individual and collective knowledge (Joachim Kimmerle Johannes Moskaliuk Andreas Harrer Ulrike Cress Information, Communication & Society)
  98. Volunteered geographic information in Wikipedia (Darren Hardy University of California)
  99. Volunteers in Wikipedia: why the community matters (Hoda Baytiyeh Jay Pfaffman Educational Technology & Society)
  100. What did they do? Deriving high-level edit histories in wikis (Peter Kin-Fong Fong Robert P. Biuk-Aghai Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration (WikiSym '10))
  101. Where does the information come from? Information source use patterns in Wikipedia (Isto Huvila Information Research)
  102. Why finding entities in Wikipedia is difficult, sometimes (Gianluca Demartini Claudiu S. Firan Tereza Iofciu Ralf Krestel Wolfgang Nejdl Information Retrieval)
  103. Wiki tools in the preparation and support of e-learning courses (Antonin Jancarik Katerina Jancarikova Electronic Journal of e-Learning)
  104. Wiki'mantics: interpreting ontologies with WikipediA (Bo Hu Knowledge and Information Systems)
  105. Wikipedia - how it works and how it can work for you (Elizabeth M. Nix The History Teacher)
  106. Wikipedia and osteosarcoma: a trustworthy patients' information? (Andreas Leithner Werner Maurer-Ertl Mathias Glehr Joerg Friesenbichler Katharina Leithner Reinhard Windhager Journal of American Medical Informatics Association)
  107. Wikipedia and the emergence of dialogic expertise (E. Johanna Hartelius Southern Communication Journal)
  108. Wikipedia as a tool for forestry outreach (Philip J. Radtke John F. Munsell Journal of Forestry)
  109. Wikipedia as an encyclopaedia of life (Roderic D. M. Page Organisms Diversity & Evolution)
  110. Wikipedia as an evidence source for nursing and healthcare students (Carol A. Haigh Nurse Education Today)
  111. Wikipedia as public scholarship: communicating our impact online (Elizabeth K. Rush Sarah J. Tracy Journal of Applied Communication Research)
  112. Wikipedia's "neutral point of view": settling conflict through ambiguity (Sorin Adam Matei Caius Dobrescu The Information Society: An International Journal)
  113. Wikipedia, Scholarpedia, and references to books in the brain and behavioral sciences: a comparison of cited sources and recommended readings in matching free online encyclopedia entries (Tony Stankus Sarah E. Spiegel Science and Technology Libraries)
  114. Wikipedia, Scholarpedia, and references to journals in the brain and behavioral sciences: a comparison of cited sources and recommended readings in matching free online encyclopedia entries (Tony Stankus Sarah E. Spiegel Science & Technology Libraries)
  115. Wikitology: a novel hybrid knowledge base derived from Wikipedia (Zareen Saba Syed University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
  116. Wisdom of the crowd or technicity of content? Wikipedia as a sociotechnical system (Sabine Niederer José van Dijck New Media & Society)