The Collaborative Organization of Knowledge
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|Author(s)||Diomidis Spinellis] and Panagiotis Louridas"Diomidis Spinellis] and Panagiotis Louridas" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.|
|Published in||Communications of the ACM] 51(8):68–73"Communications of the ACM] 51(8):68–73" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.|
|Keyword(s)||Wikipedia, references, growth, coverage, scale-free graph|
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Wikipedia is an ongoing endeavor to create a free encyclopedia through an open computer-mediated collaborative effort. A longitudinal study of Wikipedia's evolution shows that although Wikipedia's scope is increasing, its coverage is not deteriorating. This can be explained by the fact that referring to an non-existing entry typically leads to the establishment of an article for it. Wikipedia's evolution also demonstrates the creation of a large real world scale-free graph through a combination of incremental growth and preferential attachment.
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