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"Askwiki": Shallow semantic processing to query Wikipedia + , "Got You!": Automatic vandalism detection in wikipedia with web-based shallow syntactic-semantic modeling + , A 'uses and gratifications' approach to understanding the role of wiki technology in enhancing teaching and learning outcomes + , A category-driven approach to deriving domain specific subset of Wikipedia + , A co-writing development approach to wikis: Pedagogical issues and implications + , A collaboration effectiveness and Easiness Evaluation Method for RE-specific wikis based on Cognition-Behavior Consistency Decision Triangle + , A content analysis of wikiproject discussions: Toward a typology of coordination language used by virtual teams + , A corpus-based study of edit categories in featured and non-featured wikipedia articles + , A data-driven sketch of Wikipedia editors + , A framework for automatic semantic annotation of Wikipedia articles + , A framework to represent and mine knowledge evolution from Wikipedia revisions + , A generalized flow-based method for analysis of implicit relationships on wikipedia + , A graph-based approach to named entity categorization in Wikipedia using conditional random fields + , A hedgehop over a max-margin framework using hedge cues + , A history of newswork on wikipedia + , A hybrid method based on WordNet and Wikipedia for computing semantic relatedness between texts + , A learning-based framework to utilize E-HowNet ontology and Wikipedia sources to generate multiple-choice factual questions + , A lightweight collaborative tool to support design research + , A linguistic consensus model for Web 2.0 communities + , A longitudinal model of perspective making and perspective taking within fluid online collectives + Has extra keyword
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