Elite size and resilience impact on global system structuration in social media
|Elite size and resilience impact on global system structuration in social media|
|Author(s)||Matei S.A., Tan W., Zhu M., Liu C., Bertino E., Foote J.|
|Published in||2014 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems, CTS 2014|
|Keyword(s)||division of labor, elite, entropy, equality, role, Wikipedia (Extra: Division of labor, elite, equality, role, Wikipedia, Entropy)|
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Elite size and resilience impact on global system structuration in social media is a 2014 conference paper written in English by Matei S.A., Tan W., Zhu M., Liu C., Bertino E., Foote J. and published in 2014 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems, CTS 2014.
The paper examines the role played by the most productive members of social media systems on leading the project and influencing the degree of project structuration. The paper focuses on findings of a large computational social science project that examines Wikipedia.1
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