Content neutrality for Wiki systems: From neutral point of view (NPOV) to every point of view (EPOV)
|Content neutrality for Wiki systems: From neutral point of view (NPOV) to every point of view (EPOV)|
|Published in||Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications, ITA 11|
|Keyword(s)||Content neutrality, Distributed Wiki, Neutral point of view, Wiki systems (Extra: Content neutrality, Distributed Wiki, Empirical test, Guiding principles, Knowledge basis, Neutral points, Novel concept, Wikipedia, Internet, Architecture)|
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Content neutrality for Wiki systems: From neutral point of view (NPOV) to every point of view (EPOV) is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Cap C.H. and published in Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications, ITA 11.
The neutral point of view (NPOV) cornerstone of Wikipedia (WP) is challenged for next generation knowledge bases. An empirical test is made with two WP articles. A case is built for content neutrality as a new, every point of view (EPOV) guiding principle. The architectural implications of content neutrality are discussed and translated into novel concepts of Wiki architectures. Guidelines for implementing this architecture are presented. Although NPOV is heavily criticized, the contribution avoids ideological controversy but rather focuses on the benefits and characteristics of the novel approach.
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