On Measuring Malayalam Wikipedia

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On Measuring Malayalam Wikipedia is a 2014 journal article written in English by Vasudevan T V and published in International Journal of Emerging Engineering Research and Technology.

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Wikipedia is a popular, multilingual, free internet encyclopedia. Anyone can edit articles in it. This paper presents an overview of research in the Malayalam edition of Wikipedia. History of Malayalam Wikipedia is explained first. Different research lines related with Wikipedia are explored next. This is followed by an analysis of Malayalam Wikipedia’s fundamental components such as Articles, Authors and Edits along with Growth and Quality. General trends are measured comparing with Wikipedias in other languages.

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This publication has 0 references. Only those references related to wikis are included here: [1] Jakob Voss, “Measuring Wikipedia”, Proceedings of the ISSI 2005, July 2005. [2] Rodrigo B. Almeida, Barzan Mozafari and Junghoo Cho, “On the Evolution of Wikipedia” , International Conference of Weblogs and Social Media, Mar 26 - 28, 2007 [3] Felipe Ortega, Jesus M. Gonzalez - Barahona and Gregorio Robles, “THE TOP-TEN WIKIPEDIAS - A

     Quantitative Analysis Using WikiXRay”, ICSOFT 2007

[4] Jos Felipe Ortego Soto, “Wikipedia : A quantitative analysis ” , Doctoral Thesis, Madrid, 2009 [5] Anselem Spoerri, “What is Popular on Wikipedia and Why ” , First Monday (Peer - Reviewed Journal on The Internet), Vol 12, No 4, April 2007 [6] Dorde Stakic, “ Wiki Technology – Origin, Development And Importance ”, INFOTHECA – Journal of Informatics and Librarianship,No 1 - 2, vol X, June 2009 [7] Dennis Wilkinson and Bernardo Huberman, “Cooperation and Quality in Wikipedia”, International Symposium on Wikis, 2007 [8] Stats.wikimedia.org [9] http://ml.wikipedia.org/wiki/ [10] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malayalam_Wikipedia

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