Radoslaw Nielek

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Radoslaw Nielek is an author.

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Title Keyword(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Collective memory in Poland: A reflection in street names Collective memory
Street names
Wikipedia
Lecture Notes in Computer Science English 2014 Our article starts with an observation that street names fall into two general types: generic and historically inspired. We analyse street names distributions (of the second type) as a window to nation-level collective memory in Poland. The process of selecting street names is determined socially, as the selections reflect the symbols considered important to the nation-level society, but has strong historical motivations and determinants. In the article, we seek for these relationships in the available data sources. We use Wikipedia articles to match street names with their textual descriptions and assign them to the time points. We then apply selected text mining and statistical techniques to reach quantitative conclusions. We also present a case study: the geographical distribution of two particular street names in Poland to demonstrate the binding between history and political orientation of regions. 0 0
Temporal, cultural and thematic aspects of web credibility Credibility
Language
National
Temporal
Trust
Wikipedia
Lecture Notes in Computer Science English 2013 Is trust to web pages related to nation-level factors? Do trust levels change in time and how? What categories (topics) of pages tend to be evaluated as not trustworthy, and what categories of pages tend to be trustworthy? What could be the reasons of such evaluations? The goal of this paper is to answer these questions using large scale data of trustworthiness of web pages, two sets of websites, Wikipedia and an international survey. 0 0
WikiTeams: How do they achieve success? IEEE Potentials English 2011 Web 2.0 technology and so-called social media are among the most popular (among users and researchers alike) Internet technologies today. Among them, Wiki technology - created to simplify HTML editing and enable open, collaborative editing of pages by ordinary Web users - occupies an important place. Wiki is increasingly adopted by businesses as a useful form of knowledge management and sharing, creating "corporate Wikis." However, the most widely known application of Wiki technology - Wikipedia - is, according to many analysts, more than just an open encyclopedia that uses Wiki. 0 0
Learning about team collaboration from Wikipedia edit history Wikipedia
Collaboration
Social network
WikiSym English 2010 0 0
Learning about the quality of teamwork from Wikiteams Proceedings - SocialCom 2010: 2nd IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, PASSAT 2010: 2nd IEEE International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust English 2010 This paper describes an approach to evaluating teams of contributors in Wikipedia based on social network analysis. We present the idea of creating an implicit social network based on characteristics of pages' edit history and collaboration between contributors. This network consists of four dimensions: trust, distrust, acquaintance and knowledge. Trust and distrust are based on content modifications (copying and deleting respectively), acquaintance is based on the amount of discussion on articles' talk pages between a given pair of authors and knowledge is based on the categories in which an author typically contributes. Our social network is based on the entire Wikipedia edit history, and therefore is a summary of all recorded author interactions. This social network can be used to assess the quality of a team of authors and consequently, to recommend good teams. The social network can also be used by Wikipedia authors and editors as an additional tool that allows to improve the author's collaboration, as it expresses each author's social environment and can be navigated to discover new projects that an author can participate in, or to recommend new collaborators. 0 1