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Wikipedia can be conceptualized as an open sociotechnical environment that supports communities of humans and bots that update and contest information in [[Wikipedia]] articles. This environment affords a view to community or domain interactions and reactions to salient topics, such as disease outbreaks. But do reactions to different topics vary, and how can authors measure them? One widely-used approach when answering these questions is to delineate levels of burstiness-communication flows characterized by repeated bursts instead of a continuous stream-in the construction of a Wikipedia article. A literature review, however, reveals that current burstiness approaches do not fully support efforts to compare [[Wikipedia community]] reactions to different articles. Through an empirical analysis of the construction of Wikipedia health-related articles, authors both extend and refine burstiness as an analytical technique to understand the community dynamics underlying the construction of Wikipedia articles. Authors define a method by which authors can categorize burstiness as high medium and low. Authors empirical results suggest a proposed a model of burstiness.
 
Wikipedia can be conceptualized as an open sociotechnical environment that supports communities of humans and bots that update and contest information in [[Wikipedia]] articles. This environment affords a view to community or domain interactions and reactions to salient topics, such as disease outbreaks. But do reactions to different topics vary, and how can authors measure them? One widely-used approach when answering these questions is to delineate levels of burstiness-communication flows characterized by repeated bursts instead of a continuous stream-in the construction of a Wikipedia article. A literature review, however, reveals that current burstiness approaches do not fully support efforts to compare [[Wikipedia community]] reactions to different articles. Through an empirical analysis of the construction of Wikipedia health-related articles, authors both extend and refine burstiness as an analytical technique to understand the community dynamics underlying the construction of Wikipedia articles. Authors define a method by which authors can categorize burstiness as high medium and low. Authors empirical results suggest a proposed a model of burstiness.
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Latest revision as of 22:56, 12 August 2019


Observing Burstiness in Wikipedia Articles During New Disease Outbreaks
Authors
Reham Al Tamime
Richard Giordano
Wendy Hall
Publication date
2018
DOI
10.1145/3201064.3201080
Links
Original

Observing Burstiness in Wikipedia Articles During New Disease Outbreaks - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2018, written by Reham Al Tamime, Richard Giordano and Wendy Hall.

Overview

Wikipedia can be conceptualized as an open sociotechnical environment that supports communities of humans and bots that update and contest information in Wikipedia articles. This environment affords a view to community or domain interactions and reactions to salient topics, such as disease outbreaks. But do reactions to different topics vary, and how can authors measure them? One widely-used approach when answering these questions is to delineate levels of burstiness-communication flows characterized by repeated bursts instead of a continuous stream-in the construction of a Wikipedia article. A literature review, however, reveals that current burstiness approaches do not fully support efforts to compare Wikipedia community reactions to different articles. Through an empirical analysis of the construction of Wikipedia health-related articles, authors both extend and refine burstiness as an analytical technique to understand the community dynamics underlying the construction of Wikipedia articles. Authors define a method by which authors can categorize burstiness as high medium and low. Authors empirical results suggest a proposed a model of burstiness.

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Wikipedia Quality

Tamime, Reham Al; Giordano, Richard; Hall, Wendy. (2018). "[[Observing Burstiness in Wikipedia Articles During New Disease Outbreaks]]". ACM Press. DOI: 10.1145/3201064.3201080.

English Wikipedia

{{cite journal |last1=Tamime |first1=Reham Al |last2=Giordano |first2=Richard |last3=Hall |first3=Wendy |title=Observing Burstiness in Wikipedia Articles During New Disease Outbreaks |date=2018 |doi=10.1145/3201064.3201080 |url=https://wikipediaquality.com/wiki/Observing_Burstiness_in_Wikipedia_Articles_During_New_Disease_Outbreaks |journal=ACM Press}}

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Tamime, Reham Al; Giordano, Richard; Hall, Wendy. (2018). &quot;<a href="https://wikipediaquality.com/wiki/Observing_Burstiness_in_Wikipedia_Articles_During_New_Disease_Outbreaks">Observing Burstiness in Wikipedia Articles During New Disease Outbreaks</a>&quot;. ACM Press. DOI: 10.1145/3201064.3201080.