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|Click log based evaluation of link discovery||David Alexander
|ADCS 2011 - Proceedings of the Sixteenth Australasian Document Computing Symposium||English||2011||We introduce a set of new metrics for hyperlink quality. These metrics are based on users' interactions with hyperlinks as recorded in click logs. Using a year-long click log, we assess the INEX 2008 link discovery (Link-the-Wiki) runs and find that our metrics rank them differently from the existing metrics (INEX automatic and manual assessment), and that runs tend to perform well according to either our metrics or the existing ones, but not both. We conclude that user behaviour is influenced by more factors than are assessed in automatic and manual assessment, and that future link discovery strategies should take this into account. We also suggest ways in which our assessment method may someday replace automatic and manual assessment, and explain how this would benefit the quality of large-scale hypertext collections such as Wikipedia.||0||0|
|The victorian web and the victorian course wiki: comparing the educational effectiveness of identical assignments in web 1.0 and web 2.0||George P. Landow||HT||English||2011||0||0|
|Exploiting latent semantic relations in highly linked hypertext for information retrieval in wikis||Miller T.
|International Conference Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing, RANLP||English||2009||Good hypertext writing style mandates that link texts clearly indicate the nature of the link target. While this guideline is routinely ignored in HTML, the lightweight markup languages used by wikis encourage or even force hypertext authors to use semantically appropriate link texts. This property of wiki hypertext makes it an ideal candidate for processing with latent semantic analysis, a factor analysis technique for finding latent transitive relations among naturallanguage documents. In this study, we design, implement, and test an LSA-based information retrieval system for wikis. Instead of a full-text index, our system indexes only link texts and document titles. Nevertheless, its precision exceeds that of a popular full-text search engine, and is comparable to that of PageRank-based systems such as Google.||0||0|
|Wikis e o hipertexto colaborativo||Carlos Frederico de Brito d’Andréa||Hipertextus||Portuguese||January 2009||Approaching hipertext studies and the Web 2.0's concept, this article presents and discusses the possibilities of the webbased software wiki for new pratices of reading, writing and editing. Among the wiki characteristics, we enphasize the potencial colaborative and coletive writing, possible through the user's interactions.||3||3|
|Wikipédia como espaço de interações e a redação coletiva de artigos sobre o vôo TAM 3054||Carlos Frederico de Brito d’Andréa||Anais do XXXI Congresso Brasileiro de Ciências da Comunicação||Portuguese||September 2008||10||7|
|Hyperstructure maintenance costs in large-scale wikis||Philip Boulain
|CEUR Workshop Proceedings||English||2008||Wiki systems have developed over the past years as lightweight, community-editable, web-based hypertext systems. With the emergence of Semantic Wikis, these collections of interlinked documents have also gained a dual role as adhoc RDF  graphs. However, their roots lie at the limited hypertext capabilities of the World Wide Web : embedded links, without support for composite objects or transclusion. In this paper, we present experimental evidence that hyperstructure changes, as opposed to content changes, form a substantial proportion of editing effort on a large-scale wiki. The experiment is set in the wider context of a study of how the technologies developed during decades of hypertext research may be applied to improve management of wiki document structure and, with semantic wikis, knowledge structure.||0||0|
|End of paper: Electronic Book Technologies||White K.
|Collection Management||English||2007||Kim White and Sarah Townsend created the End [of] Paper blog while preparing for their panel on "Electronic Book Technologies." In their blog they discussed innovations in creative-critical works, reference works; mass market publications; electronic textbooks; ephemera; and collaborative constructions. They also discussed issues of preservation; standardization; and literacy. Fittingly, their paper was presented in blog format. Exemplary texts from each category were presented. Links to many of these texts as well as the text of the presentation itself can be found on the blog website "End [of] Paper" www.endofpaper.blogspot.com. To accompany your web journey, we are including a bibliography of related electronic resources. © Copyright (c) by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.||0||0|
|Are Wikis Usable?||Alain Désilets
Norman G. Vinson
|WikiSym||English||2005||Wikis are simple to use, asynchronous, Web-based collaborative hypertext authoring systems which are quickly gaining in popularity. In spite of much anecdotal evidence to the effect that wikis are usable by non technical experts, this has never been studied formally. In this paper, we studied the usability of a wiki through observation and problem-solving interaction with several children who used the tool to collaboratively author hypertext stories over several sessions. The children received a minimal amount of instruction, but were able to ask for help during their work sessions. Despite minimal instruction, 5 out of 6 teams were able to complete their story. Our data indicate that the major usability problems were related to hyperlink management. We report on this and other usability issues, and provide suggestions for improving the usability of wikis. Our analysis and conclusions also apply to hypertext authoring with non wiki-based tools.||0||2|
|Wikis in tuple spaces||Worley III G.G.||WMSCI 2005 - The 9th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Proceedings||English||2005||We consider storing the pages of a wiki in a tuple space and the effects this might have on the wiki experience. In particular, wiki pages are stored in tuples with a few identifying values such as title, author, revision date, content, etc. and pages are retrieved by sending the tuple space templates, such as one that gives the title but nothing else, leaving the tuple space to resolve to a single tuple. We use a tuple space wiki to avoid deadlocks, infinite loops, and wasted efforts when page edit contention arises and examine how a tuple space wiki changes the wiki experience.||0||0|
|Towards Emancipatory Use of a Medium: The Wiki.||Anja Ebersbach
|International Journal of Information Ethics, 11||The paper discusses it as one of the main examples. Despite not mentioning Wikipedia in title or abstract||2004||With the rapid growth of the Internet in the 1990ies due to the WWW, many people’s hopes were raised that the spirit of egality, the emancipatory power of the medium then, would be brought to the masses. With the increasing commercialization, the net became and is becoming more and more a one-way medium for advertising. Against this development, a new form of web pages has emerged and is becoming increasingly popular: the Wiki. Its distinctive feature is that any web page can be edited by anyone. Participants attribute the success to this openness and to the resulting collective production of content. In his 1970 article “Constituents of a theory of the media”, Enzensberger developed a list of seven criteria that qualify, in his opinion, the use of a medium as emancipatory. These are used to investigate the question: Can wikis be thought of as a new form of emancipatory use of the medium?||0||0|