Increasing the willingness to collaborate online: an analysis of sentiment-driven interactions in peer content production

From Brede Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Conference paper (help)
Increasing the willingness to collaborate online: an analysis of sentiment-driven interactions in peer content production
Authors: Mihai Grigore, Christoph Rosenkranz
Citation: Proceedings of the 32nd International Conference on Information Systems  : 20. 2011 December
Editors:
Publisher: Association for Information Systems
Meeting: 32nd International Conference on Information Systems
Database(s):
DOI: Define doi.
Link(s): http://aisel.aisnet.org/icis2011/proceedings/onlinecommunity/20
Search
Web: DuckDuckGo Bing Google Yahoo!Google PDF
Article: Google Scholar PubMed
Restricted: DTU Digital Library
Services
Format: BibTeX

Increasing the willingness to collaborate online: an analysis of sentiment-driven interactions in peer content production analyze data from Wikipedia.

[edit] Data

Complete March 2011 dump of Simple English Wikipedia with 200'000 pages

[edit] Method

  • Text sentiment analysis of talk pages of Wikipedia with SentiStrength.
  • Computation of trust between two users from "the number of words produced by the first author and reused [...] by the second one".
  • Semantic convergence of content measured by the vctor space model.

[edit] Related papers

  1. A qualitative and quantitative analysis of how Wikipedia talk pages are used
  2. Emotions and dialogue in a peer-production community: the case of Wikipedia
Personal tools