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Community

Contributors

  • Yaron Ariel: Wikipedians’ sense of community, motivations, and knowledge building: a cross-cultural study
  • Jeremy Tobacman: The Motivation of Wikipedia Contributors[1]
  • Cathy Ma, et al: Wikipedia – Anonymous Users as Good Users[1]
  • Research on motivation of Wikipedia contributors[2]
  • Reflection and research: User surveys (2 of 3)[3]
  • General User Survey[4][5][6][7][8][9][10]
  • Hitwise study on the participation ratio of Web 2.0 websites[11][12]
  • "We are conducting a study on the motivation of the knowledge sharing on Wikipedia."[13]

Interaction

  • Amruta Lonkar, et al: Global Wikipedia. Communities of Langues & Culture[1]
  • Cormac Lawler: Wikipedia as a learning community: content, conflict and the ‘common good’[1]
  • Joseph Reagle: A Case of Mutual Aid: Wikipedia, Politeness, and Perspective Taking[1]
  • Tsila Hassine: The dynamics of NPOV disputes[1]
  • Survey of Wikipedia users[14]
  • Social Research Collaborations[15][16]
  • A content-Driven Reputation System for Wikipedia[17][18]
  • Wikipedia as Collective Action[19] (doesn't exist)
  • Wikimedia and cyberstalking[20]
  • Reid Priedhorsky, Jilin Chen, Shyong (Tony) K. Lam, Kathering Panciera, Loren Terveen, John Riedl. "Creating, Destroying, and Restoring Value in Wikipedia." To appear in Proc. GROUP 2007. 10 pages.[21][22]
  • "My study is to examine the factors that support the creation and evolution of Wikipedia in an effort to describe why this “community of practice” (as defined by Lave and Wenger, 1991) has been so successful."[23]
  • Study about contribution to public wikis[24]
  • Ethnography of Wikipedia[25]
  • Mathieu O’Neil, Cyberchiefs: Autonomy and Authority in Online Tribes, April 2009, ISBN 978-0-7453-2796-9 / 215mm x 135mm / 242 pp[26]

Quantitative analysis

  • Days since first edit (statistics)[27][28]

Comparisons

  • Andreas Brand: Comparison between Wikipedia and open source projects:[1]
  • Wikipedia vs. Britannica[29]

Science behind Wikimedia projects

Encyclopedistics

  • Boud(?): The role of pos/neg feedback and NPOV on meme evolution in the wikisphere[1]
  • Samuel Klein: History of the reference work[1]
  • Joseph M. Reagle Jr., Is the Wikipedia Neutral?[30]

Lexicography

  • Wolfgang Georgsdorf: A Wiktionary for sign languages[1]

Wikibooks

  • Paper on Wikibooks[31][32] (some development of the paper may be seen)

Bibliography

  • Wikimania bibliography (doesn't work)[33]

Content

Content analysis

  • Erik Zachte and Jakob Voss: Measuring and visualizing Wikipedia content.[1]
  • Network analysis: Robert Bonato (evaluation of link relationships)[1]
  • Computing Semantic Relatedness using Wikipedia-based Explicit Semantic Analysis[34]
  • WikiXRay[35][36][37] and so on: search for "WikiXray", site:lists.wikimedia.org.
  • Tracking the Lexical Zeitgeist with WordNet and Wikipedia[38][39][40]
  • An Analysis of Topical Coverage of Wikipedia[41][42]
  • Where the information comes from?[43][44][45][46]
  • pictures of wikipedia growth[47][48]
  • Diomidis Spinellis, Panagiotis Louridas, The collaborative organization of knowledge[49][50]
  • Felipe Ortega, Wikipedia: A quantitative Analysis[51][52][53]
  • Report on Science in Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects[54][55]

Content usage

  • Wiki Artificial Intelligence Project[56]
  • Wikipedia mining for Q&A research[57]
  • Daniel Kinzler, Automatically building a multilingual thesaurus from wikipedia[58][59][60][61]
  • The use of Wiktionary in Natural Language Processing[62]

Improving the content

  • Wikipedia quality survey[63]
  • Brittleness Bottleneck using Wikipedia: Enhancing Text Categorization with Encyclopedic Knowledge[64][65]
  • Readability examples[66][67]
  • Exploring the Feasibility of Automatically Rating Online Article Quality[68][69]
  • Potthast, Stein, Gerling. (2008). Automatic Vandalism Detection in Wikipedia.[70][71]

Miscellaneous scientific issues

  • Roy Rosenzweig, Can History Be Open Source? Wikipedia and the Future of the Past[72][73]
  • Autonomously Semantifying Wikipedia[74][75]

Software

MediaWiki features

  • Erik Zachte: Timelines in Wikipedia[1]
  • Study on Interfaces to Improving Wikipedia Quality[76] (synthetic email)
  • Case for Commons[77][78]

Wiki syntax

  • Craig Anslow, Dirk Riehle, Towards end-user programming with wikis[79][80]

Education

  • Speaking on Wikipedia in/and schools[81]

History of Wikimedia projects

The rest of the world

  • Wikis in Enterprises (Survey)[84]
  • New Pew Internet report: 36% of Americans consult Wikipedia[85][86]
  • Reid Priedhorsky, Benjamin Jordan, Loren Terveen. "How a Personalized Geowiki Can Help Bicyclists Share Information More Effectively." Short paper. To appear in Proc. WikiSym 2007. 6 pages.[21][87]
  • Survey on Adoption of Wiki Technology[88]

In other languages

  • Frost, Ingo: Zivilgesellschaftliches Engagement in virtuellen Gemeinschaften. Eine systemwissenschaftliche Analyse des deutschsprachigen Wikipedia-Projektes. München: Herbert Utz Verlag, 2006. 152 S., ISBN 3-8316-0609-9[89][90]

Combined sources

  • General User Survey and useful tools[91][92]
  • Wikimedia Research, Quantitative Analysis, General User Survey and more[93]
  • WikiSym 2006 - short report[94]
  • NIH (US National Institutes of Health) Wiki fair[95][96]
  • Three techreps: assigning trust to Wikipedia content, and reputation, contributions of authors[97] (summary email)
  • Mining Wikipedia link graph and more[98][99][100]

To be analyzed

  • Joseph Reagle, Dissertation: In Good Faith[101]
  • Wikipedia coverage and conflict has been quantified[8][102][103]
  • Open source and diagramming survey[104]

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