Staying in the loop: structure and dynamics of Wikipedia's breaking news collaborations
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|Staying in the loop: structure and dynamics of Wikipedia's breaking news collaborations|
|Authors:||Brian Keegan, Darren Gergle, Noshir Contractor|
|Citation:||WikiSym 2012 : 2012|
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Staying in the loop: structure and dynamics of Wikipedia's breaking news collaborations describes an analysis of the revision graph of Wikipedia users.
The method seems to be very much related to the dynamic social network analysis of Iba et al. What Iba et al. call "sequential collaboration network" Keegan et al. call "article trajectory". Keegan et al. is apparently inspired by Discovering social networks from event logs from 2005.
- Revisions from the English Wikipedia about "disasters, catastrophes, and conflicts since 1990": 3'233 article, 1.03 million revisions from 158'384 users.
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