Property:Conference location

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Location (city and country) where the conference was held.


Pages using the property "Conference location"

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A knowledge-based search engine powered by Wikipedia +Lisboa, Portugal  +
A method for category similarity calculation in wikis +Gdansk, Poland  +
A method for measuring co-authorship relationships in MediaWiki +Porto, Portugal  +
A utility for estimating the relative contributions of wiki authors +San Jose, California, USA  +
An analysis of open content systems +Las Vegas, Nevada, USA  +
Analysis of community structure in Wikipedia +Madrid, Spain  +
Assigning trust to Wikipedia content +New York, USA  +
Automatic vandalism detection in Wikipedia +Berlin, Heidelberg  +
Automatically assigning Wikipedia articles to macro-categories +Eindhoven, The Netherlands  +
Automatically refining the Wikipedia infobox ontology +Beijing, China  +
Autonomously semantifying Wikipedia +Lisboa, Portugal  +

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Becoming wikipedian: transformation of participation in a collaborative online encyclopedia +Sanibel Island, FL, United states  +
Biographical social networks on Wikipedia - a cross-cultural study of links that made history +Linz, Austria  +
Building semantic kernels for text classification using Wikipedia +New York, USA  +

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Classifying tags using open content resources +Barcelona, Spain  +
Clustering short texts using Wikipedia +Amsterdam, Netherlands  +
Co-authorship 2.0: patterns of collaboration in Wikipedia +Eindhoven, The Netherlands  +
Community, consensus, coercion, control: cs*w or how policy mediates mass participation +Sanibel Island, FL, United states  +
Community-based knowledge production: antecedents of product quality in Wikipedia +Boston, MA, USA  +
Cooperation and quality in Wikipedia +Montreal, QC, Canada  +
Creating, destroying, and restoring value in Wikipedia +Sanibel Island, FL, United states  +
Cultural configuration of Wikipedia: measuring autoreferentiality in different languages +Hissar, Bulgaria  +

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DBpedia: a nucleus for a web of open data +Busan, Korea, Republic of  +
Debating Information Control in Web 2.0. The Case of Wikipedia vs. Citizendium +Milwaukee  +
Deriving a large scale taxonomy from Wikipedia +Vancouver, BC, Canada  +
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