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Python code using the above JSON-url:

import requests
 
url = "http://wikilit.referata.com/wiki/Special:Ask/-5B-5BCategory:Publications-5D-5D-20-5B-5BResearch-20design::Experiment-5D-5D/format%3D-20json/limit%3D-20500/offset%3D0"
print("]]\n# [[".join(sorted(response['results'].keys())))

To be checked

  1. A Persian web page classifier applying a combination of content-based and context-based features
  2. A Wikipedia matching approach to contextual advertising
  3. A comparison of World Wide Web resources for identifying medical information
  4. A knowledge-based search engine powered by Wikipedia
  5. A negative category based approach for Wikipedia document classification
  6. A semantic approach for question classification using WordNet and Wikipedia
  7. Adaptive indexing for content-based search in P2P systems
  8. Addressing gaps in knowledge while reading
  9. An axiomatic approach for result diversification
  10. An empirical examination of Wikipedia's credibility
  11. An empirical study of the effects of NLP components on geographic IR performance
  12. An evaluation of medical knowledge contained in Wikipedia and its use in the LOINC database
  13. Automatic word sense disambiguation based on document networks
  14. Automatically refining the Wikipedia infobox ontology
  15. Automatising the learning of lexical patterns: an application to the enrichment of WordNet by extracting semantic relationships from Wikipedia
  16. Autonomously semantifying Wikipedia
  17. BinRank: scaling dynamic authority-based search using materialized subgraphs
  18. Bridging domains using world wide knowledge for transfer learning
  19. Building semantic kernels for text classification using Wikipedia
  20. Categorising social tags to improve folksonomy-based recommendations
  21. Classifying tags using open content resources
  22. Clustering short texts using Wikipedia
  23. Codifying collaborative knowledge: using Wikipedia as a basis for automated ontology learning
  24. Collaboration in context: comparing article evolution among subject disciplines in Wikipedia
  25. Computing semantic relatedness using Wikipedia-based explicit semantic analysis
  26. Computing trust from revision history
  27. Consistency without concurrency control in large, dynamic systems
  28. Contextual retrieval of single Wikipedia articles to support the reading of academic abstracts
  29. Credibility judgment and verification behavior of college students concerning Wikipedia
  30. Cross-language plagiarism detection
  31. Crossing textual and visual content in different application scenarios
  32. Deriving a large scale taxonomy from Wikipedia
  33. Discovering missing links in Wikipedia
  34. Dublin city university at clef 2007: cross-language speech retrieval experiments
  35. Dynamic link-based ranking over large-scale graph-structured data
  36. Dynamics of platform-based markets
  37. Early response to false claims in Wikipedia
  38. Editing Wikipedia content by screen reader: easier interaction with the accessible rich Internet applications suite
  39. Engaging with the world: students of comparative law write for Wikipedia
  40. Enhancing cluster labeling using Wikipedia
  41. Enhancing text clustering by leveraging Wikipedia semantics
  42. Entity ranking in Wikipedia: utilising categories, links and topic difficulty prediction
  43. Ester: efficient search on text, entities, and relations
  44. Exploiting Wikipedia and EuroWordNet to solve cross-lingual question answering
  45. Exploiting external/domain knowledge to enhance traditional text mining using graph-based methods
  46. Exploiting semantic role labeling, WordNet and Wikipedia for coreference resolution
  47. Exploring words with semantic correlations from Chinese Wikipedia
  48. Extracting content holes by comparing community-type content with Wikipedia
  49. Extracting key terms from noisy and multitheme documents
  50. Extracting named entities and relating them over time based on Wikipedia
  51. Extraction, selection and ranking of field association (FA) terms from domain-specific corpora for building a comprehensive FA terms dictionary
  52. Facet-based opinion retrieval from blogs
  53. Feature generation for textual information retrieval using world knowledge
  54. Finding hedges by chasing weasels: hedge detection using Wikipedia tags and shallow linguistic features
  55. FolksoViz: a subsumption-based folksonomy visualization using the Wikipedia
  56. Graceful database schema evolution: the prism workbench
  57. Helping hands: design for member-maintained online communities
  58. Image interpretation using large corpus: Wikipedia
  59. Improve text retrieval effectiveness and robustness
  60. Improving the extraction of bilingual terminology from Wikipedia
  61. Information arbitrage across multi-lingual Wikipedia
  62. Information extraction from Wikipedia: moving down the long tail
  63. Informed investors and the Internet
  64. Interactive visualization for opportunistic exploration of large document collections
  65. Keyphrase extraction based on topic relevance and term association
  66. Knowledge derived from Wikipedia for computing semantic relatedness
  67. Large-scale named entity disambiguation based on Wikipedia data
  68. Learning for information extraction: from named entity recognition and disambiguation to relation extraction
  69. Learning to link with Wikipedia
  70. Learning to rank with (a lot of) word features
  71. Lifting the veil: improving accountability and social transparency in Wikipedia with wikidashboard
  72. Linking documents to encyclopedic knowledge
  73. Logoot-undo: distributed collaborative editing system on P2P networks
  74. Measuring article quality in Wikipedia: models and evaluation
  75. Mobile information retrieval with search results clustering: prototypes and evaluations
  76. Modeling events in time using cascades of Poisson processes
  77. Motivations of Wikipedia content contributors
  78. On the problem of wiki texts indexing
  79. Overcoming the brittleness bottleneck using Wikipedia: enhancing text categorization with encyclopedic knowledge
  80. Overview of the WiQA task at CLEF 2006
  81. Perceived credibility of Internet encyclopedias
  82. Puppy smoothies: improving the reliability of open, collaborative wikis
  83. Quantitative analysis of the Wikipedia community of users
  84. Quantitative data and graphics on lexical specificity and index of readability: the case of Wikipedia
  85. Ranking of Wikipedia articles in search engines revisited: fair ranking for reasonable quality?
  86. Recognizing contributions in wikis: authorship categories, algorithms, and visualizations
  87. Retrieval and feedback models for blog feed search
  88. Rfam: Wikipedia, clans and the "decimal" release
  89. Scaling consensus: increasing decentralization in Wikipedia governance
  90. Semantic relatedness metric for Wikipedia concepts based on link analysis and its application to word sense disambiguation
  91. Social operational information, competence, and participation in online collective action
  92. Talk before you type: coordination in Wikipedia
  93. The geographical analog engine: hybrid numeric and semantic similarity measures for U.S. cities
  94. The shoemaker's children: using wikis for information systems teaching, research, and publication
  95. TopX: efficient and versatile top-k query processing for semistructured data
  96. Towards unrestricted, large-scale acquisition of feature-based conceptual representations from corpus data
  97. Tree-traversing ant algorithm for term clustering based on featureless similarities
  98. Two-dimensional ranking of Wikipedia articles
  99. Unsupervised query segmentation using generative language models and Wikipedia
  100. Using Wikipedia at the TREC QA track
  101. Using Wikipedia for automatic word sense disambiguation
  102. Using Wikipedia knowledge to improve text classification
  103. Using Wikipedia to bootstrap open information extraction
  104. Using Wiktionary for computing semantic relatedness
  105. Using community-generated contents as a substitute corpus for metadata generation
  106. Using intelligent task routing and contribution review to help communities build artifacts of lasting value
  107. Viral: visual image retrieval and localization
  108. Visualizing co-evolution of individual and collective knowledge
  109. Volunteered geographic information in Wikipedia
  110. Web-based pattern learning for named entity translation in Korean-Chinese cross-language information retrieval
  111. Web-scale distributional similarity and entity set expansion
  112. What users see - structures in search engine results pages
  113. What's mine is mine: territoriality in collaborative authoring
  114. Why finding entities in Wikipedia is difficult, sometimes
  115. Wiki'mantics: interpreting ontologies with WikipediA
  116. Wikipedia as participatory journalism: reliable sources? Metrics for evaluating collaborative media as a news resource
  117. Wikipedia revision toolkit: efficiently accessing Wikipedia's edit history
  118. Wikipedias: collaborative web-based encyclopedias as complex networks
  119. Wikirelate! Computing semantic relatedness using Wikipedia
  120. Wisdom of crowds versus wisdom of linguists - measuring the semantic relatedness of words
  121. World-scale mining of objects and events from community photo collections
  122. YAGO: a core of semantic knowledge
  123. YAGO: a large ontology from Wikipedia and WordNet

Checked

  1. A Persian web page classifier applying a combination of content-based and context-based features
  2. A Wikipedia matching approach to contextual advertising
  3. A comparison of World Wide Web resources for identifying medical information
  4. A negative category based approach for Wikipedia document classification
  5. A semantic approach for question classification using WordNet and Wikipedia
  6. Adaptive indexing for content-based search in P2P systems
  7. An axiomatic approach for result diversification
  8. An empirical examination of Wikipedia's credibility
  9. An empirical study of the effects of NLP components on geographic IR performance
  10. Addressing gaps in knowledge while reading
  11. Automatic word sense disambiguation based on document networks
  12. Automatically refining the Wikipedia infobox ontology
  13. Automatising the learning of lexical patterns: an application to the enrichment of WordNet by extracting semantic relationships from Wikipedia
  14. Autonomously semantifying Wikipedia
  15. BinRank: scaling dynamic authority-based search using materialized subgraphs
  16. Bridging domains using world wide knowledge for transfer learning
  17. Building semantic kernels for text classification using Wikipedia
  18. Categorising social tags to improve folksonomy-based recommendations
  19. Classifying tags using open content resources
  20. Clustering short texts using Wikipedia
  21. Collaboration in context: comparing article evolution among subject disciplines in Wikipedia
  22. Computing semantic relatedness using Wikipedia-based explicit semantic analysis
  23. Computing trust from revision history
  24. Contextual retrieval of single Wikipedia articles to support the reading of academic abstracts
  25. Credibility judgment and verification behavior of college students concerning Wikipedia
  26. Cross-language plagiarism detection
  27. Deriving a large scale taxonomy from Wikipedia
  28. Discovering missing links in Wikipedia
  29. Dublin city university at clef 2007: cross-language speech retrieval experiments
  30. Dynamic link-based ranking over large-scale graph-structured data
  31. Early response to false claims in Wikipedia
  32. Editing Wikipedia content by screen reader: easier interaction with the accessible rich Internet applications suite
  33. Engaging with the world: students of comparative law write for Wikipedia
  34. Enhancing cluster labeling using Wikipedia
  35. Enhancing text clustering by leveraging Wikipedia semantics
  36. Entity ranking in Wikipedia: utilising categories, links and topic difficulty prediction
  37. Ester: efficient search on text, entities, and relations
  38. Exploiting Wikipedia and EuroWordNet to solve cross-lingual question answering
  39. Exploiting external/domain knowledge to enhance traditional text mining using graph-based methods
  40. Exploiting semantic role labeling, WordNet and Wikipedia for coreference resolution
  41. Exploring words with semantic correlations from Chinese Wikipedia
  42. Extracting content holes by comparing community-type content with Wikipedia
  43. Extracting key terms from noisy and multitheme documents
  44. Extracting named entities and relating them over time based on Wikipedia
  45. Extraction, selection and ranking of field association (FA) terms from domain-specific corpora for building a comprehensive FA terms dictionary
  46. Facet-based opinion retrieval from blogs
  47. Feature generation for textual information retrieval using world knowledge
  48. Finding hedges by chasing weasels: hedge detection using Wikipedia tags and shallow linguistic features
  49. FolksoViz: a subsumption-based folksonomy visualization using the Wikipedia
  50. Graceful database schema evolution: the prism workbench
  51. Helping hands: design for member-maintained online communities
  52. Image interpretation using large corpus: Wikipedia
  53. Improve text retrieval effectiveness and robustness
  54. Improving the extraction of bilingual terminology from Wikipedia

To be discussed

Articles where the categorization is difficult

  1. A knowledge-based search engine powered by Wikipedia, see comments in article
  2. An evaluation of medical knowledge contained in Wikipedia and its use in the LOINC database, see comments in article.
  3. Codifying collaborative knowledge: using Wikipedia as a basis for automated ontology learning, see comments in article.
  4. Consistency without concurrency control in large, dynamic systems: see comments in article
  5. Crossing textual and visual content in different application scenarios: See comments in article
  6. Dynamics of platform-based markets: The author calls it a "natural experiment", but this does not seem to be an experiment in the sense that the experimentor has control over stimuli. Do we have a copy of this dissertation?

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