Discovering behavioral patterns in collective authorship of place-based information
|Discovering behavioral patterns in collective authorship of place-based information|
|Published in||Internet Research 9.0: Rethinking Community, Rethinking Place|
|Keyword(s)||geotagging, peer production, Wikipedia, bots|
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Discovering behavioral patterns in collective authorship of place-based information is a 2008 conference paper by Darren Hardy and published in Internet Research 9.0: Rethinking Community, Rethinking Place.
While current GIS research has focused on technological issues of visualization and data organization, the emergence of new forms of collective authorship suggest we need new information frameworks and behaviors. How do individuals contribute place-based information to a digital commons? What are the authorship dynamics of such collective effort? For my research, I will use spatial data mining methods to characterize authorship behavior on a corpus of 1 million geotagged articles across 20 languages from Wikipedia.
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