WikiPapers is a compilation of resources (conference papers, journal articles, theses, books, datasets and tools) focused on the research of wikis. It aims to create the most comprehensive literature compilation for this research area. WikiPapers was started in April 2011 by Emilio J. Rodríguez-Posada, a wiki researcher and free software developer from Spain. (Read more...)
How can I help?
We are searching for volunteers. You can help filling missing fields in pages using the "Edit" tab or the [+] links. The following two categories include pages needing completion: Category:Publication template parameter issues and Category:Author template parameter issues.
Also, you can create new pages and you are more than welcome to add your research publications regarding wikis. Finally, read WikiPapers, it is fun!
How can I create a new page?
For adding new content to WikiPapers, you can use the following forms:
There is a TODO list with much stuff to do. Be bold and join the effort! : )
You can export WikiPapers metadata in the following formats: BibTeX, CSV, RDF and JSON. Use the links available in the infoboxes. There is also an API which you can use to explore the wiki in an automatic way.
We are working on the following sections:
Publications may be organized in the following areas: authorship · community, policies, social structure and organization · coverage and bias · datasets · history · image processing · literature reviews · motivations and incentives · quality · readership · recommender systems · semantic wikis · wikis as social networks · technical infrastructure · tools · usability · vandalism and spam · visualization
Publications distribution by year
Publications, all types, distribution by year (See details)