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This is a list of publications in German. Currently, there are 20 publications in this language.


Publications

Title Author(s) Keyword(s) Published in DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Erfolgsfaktoren von Social Media: Wie "funktionieren" Wikis? Florian L. Mayer Wiki
Organizational Communication
Success
Collaboration
Online collaboration
Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg 2013 Wann sind Wikis oder allgemeiner: Social Media erfolgreich? Wenn sie kommunikativ "lebendig" sind! Diesem "kommunikativen Erfolg" liegen Strukturprinzipien zugrunde, die diese Arbeit sichtbar macht. Sie beschreibt konkrete Aufmerksamkeits-, Motivations- und Organisationsstrukturen, und macht so den Erfolg der Leuchttürme wie Wikipedia oder Facebook, aber auch die Schwierigkeiten im Einsatz von Social Media in Organisationen und Gruppen verstehbar. Mit den Begriffen Mikrokommunikation und Mikrokollaboration liefert sie darüber hinaus eine Beschreibung neuer Formen gesellschaftlicher Kommunikation. 0 0
Informationswissenschaftliche Herausforderungen für kulturelle Gedächtnisorganisationen Thomas Tunsch Museum
Museumsdokumentation
Web 2.0
Semantic web
Informationswissenschaft
Data model
Datenmodell
Modellierung
CIDOC CRM
Standards
Cultural heritage
Kulturerbe
Collaborative community
Vernetzte Arbeitsgemeinschaft
EVA 2012 Berlin 7 November 2012 At the beginning of digitization museums tried to achieve comparable data by means of strict rules. The orientation to the structures and concepts of different disciplines could thereby result in limitations of interdisciplinary collaboration.

New communication structures in the World Wide Web, the Web 2.0, and the progress in the standardization of information on cultural heritage are the foundation for the development of semantic data models and the interdisciplinary communication. In this connection the intensive cooperation between experts of different disciplines by means of information science is necessary. It is also essential to agree on common terms, which can often be achieved only through continuous communication reflecting the specific knowledge in different fields of expertise.

Semantic data models are becoming more and more important for museums, especially in the collection and use of extrinsic information about museum objects, because only the reliable representation of the existing specialized information and their general accessibility enables the scholarly debate on a high level.
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Die Entwicklung von Qualitätsmängeln in der Wikipedia anhand von Wartungsbausteinen Matthias Busse Bauhaus-University Weimar 2012 0 0
Kommunikation für Experten: Kulturelle Gedächtnisorganisationen und vernetzte Arbeitsgemeinschaften Thomas Tunsch Web 2.0
Kulturerbe
Archiv
Bibliothek
Museum
WikiMedia
Wikipedia
MuseumsWiki
Collaborative
Community
EVA 2011 Berlin 9 November 2011 Being a part of contemporary culture collaborative communities gain more and more importance for cultural memory organizations as well. Through this it becomes evident that these organizations not only serve as storage or to guarantee conservation but also shape cultural history and its perception. At the same time collaborative communities are using cultural memory organizations as sources and for reference.

Cultural memory organizations are shaped by experts from various disciplines in their structure and effectiveness significantly. Therefore collaborative communities are becoming more important for experts and their communication network.

Collaborative communities are partially employing new ways and methods to organize knowledge, which are often less known in cultural memory organizations and are therefore rejected or considered transitory trends. However both cultural memory organizations and collaborative communities rely on the acceptance of society and need their results to be trusted by the members of society.
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Aufbau eines linguistischen Korpus aus den Daten der englischen Wikipedia Markus Fuchs Corpus
Database
Wikipedia
Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Language Processing 2010 (KONVENS 10) 2010 0 0
Bots Nicht-menschliche Mitglieder der Wikipedia-Gemeinschaft Robin D. Fink
Tobias Liboschik
2010 0 0
Aufbau eines wissenschaftlichen Textcorpus auf der Basis der Daten der englischsprachigen Wikipedia Markus Fuchs University of Regensburg 2009 With the growth in popularity over the last eight years, Wikipedia has become a very promising resource in academic studies. Some of its properties make it attractive for a wide range of research fields (information retrieval, information extraction, natural language processing, ...), e.g. free availability and up to date content. However, efficient and structured access to this information is not easy, as most of Wikipedia's contents are encoded in its own markup language (wikitext). And, unfortunately, there is no formal definition of wikitext, which makes parsing very difficult and burdensome. In this thesis, we present a system that lets the researcher automatically build a richly annotated corpus containing the information most commonly used in research projects. To this end, we built our own wikitext parser based on the original converter used by Wikipedia itself to convert wikitext into HTML. The system stores all data in a relational database, which allows for efficient access and extensive retrieval functionality. 0 0
Die Schöne und das Tier: Semantic Web und Wikis Thomas Tunsch EVA 2008 Berlin 12 November 2008 Although to a large extent the Semantic Web specifies fundamentals and future potentials of the WWW, it is associated with current projects as well. With standards like the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model for the domain of cultural heritage, main principles for the semantic network are available already today.

In contrast, Wikis seem to exemplify the danger of subjectivity and absence of verification for many experts in museums, especially due to general participation beyond traditional areas of expertise.

Semantic MediaWiki is an effective tool for converting seeming contradictions into a prolific challenge for forward-looking international collaboration.
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Museen und Wikis: Vorteile vernetzter Arbeitsgemeinschaften Thomas Tunsch MAI-Tagung ("museums and the internet") 26 May 2008 Obwohl Wikipedia mittlerweile große Aufmerksamkeit in den Medien genießt und als Phänomen des Web 2.0 zunehmend auch Gegenstand wissenschaftlicher Untersuchungen ist, sind vernetzte Arbeitsgemeinschaften in der Welt der Museen noch weitgehend unbekannt. Während in Universitäten und Bibliotheken Wikis teilweise schon zum Bestandteil der internen und externen Kommunikation geworden sind, scheint die Idee des „schnellen Wissens“ in den Museen bisher nur wenig Widerhall zu finden. Für die Nutzung von Wikis in Museen bieten sich verschiedene Möglichkeiten an, deren Vorteile und Grenzen beschrieben werden sollen. 0 0
Automatic Edit-War Detection in Wikipedia Dennis Hoppe Bauhaus-University Weimar 2008 0 0
Automatic Vandalism Detection in Wikipedia Robert Gerling Bauhaus-University Weimar 2008 We present results of a new approach to detect destructive article revisions, so-called vandalism, in Wikipedia. Vandalism detection is a one-class classification problem, where vandalism edits are the target to be identified among all revisions. Interestingly, vandalism detection has not been addressed in the Information Retrieval literature by now. In this paper we discuss the characteristics of vandalism as humans recognize it and develop features to render vandalism detection as a machine learning task. We compiled a large number of vandalism edits in a corpus, which allows for the comparison of existing and new detection approaches. Using logistic regression we achieve 83% precision at 77% recall with our model. Compared to the rule-based methods that are currently applied in Wikipedia, our approach increases the F-Measure performance by 49% while being faster at the same time. 0 4
Automatischer Aufbau eines multilingualen Thesaurus durch Extraktion semantischer und lexikalischer Relationen aus der Wikipedia Daniel Kinzler Universtität Leipzig 2008 0 0
Wikipedia: Auslösende und aufrechterhaltende Faktoren der freiwilligen Mitarbeit an einem Web-2.0-Project Joachim Schroer University of Würzburg 2008 0 0
Museen und Wikipedia Thomas Tunsch Wikipedia
Dokumentation
Zusammenarbeit
Gemeinschaft
Wissenschaft
Verknüpfungen
EVA 2007 Berlin 7 November 2007 In order to define the possible advantages of utilization and cooperation, both the museum world and the Wikipedia world can be considered communities dedicated to the expansion of knowledge. Museums collect objects, provide documentation and produce knowledge about those objects and the representing fields of sciences or other scholarship. Wikipedia collects data and information pieces, provides articles, and at the same time offers insight into the process of how knowledge grows. Especially the following areas demonstrate important connections:

methods (discussion, conventions, manuals, standards) practical experience (authors, stable knowledge/process) content (metadata, SWD, PND, templates, structure, quality management, languages) contributors and users (museum staff, visitors, public)

As a possible alternative or extension of using Wikipedia the project “MuseumsWiki” shall be demonstrated.
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Methoden zur sprachübergreifenden Plagiaterkennung Maik Anderka University of Paderborn 2007 0 0
Wer schreibt die Wikipedia? Die Online-Enzyklopädie in der Vorstellungs- und Lebenswelt ihrer aktivsten Autoren. Andreas Möllenkamp University of Leipzig 2007 0 0
Wikipedia Hype oder Zukunftshoffnung für die Hochschullehre Martin Ebner E-Learning: Strategische Implementierungen und Studiengang, Tagungsband zur 13. FNMA-Tagung, Verlag Forum Neue Medien Austria S. 139-146 2007 0 0
Die heimliche Medienrevolution - Wie Weblogs, Wikis und freie Software die Welt verändern Erik Möller 2005 0 0
Das Wiki-Prinzip: Tanz der Gehirne Erik Möller 2003 0 0
Selbstorganisation der Kommunikation Wissenschaft - Offentlichkeit im virtuellen Raum Stefan Winkler Universität Koblenz: Forschungsstelle Wissenstransfer, 2003. Schriften zur Kommunikation Wissenschaft-Öffentlichkeit 1. 2003 0 0