Taha Yasseri

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Taha Yasseri
Affiliation: Oxford Internet Institute
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Sharif University of Technology
Location: United Kingdom
Position: Postdoc
Interest(s): Wikipedia
Computational social science
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Taha Yasseri is a Postdoc at the Oxford Internet Institute. He has previously been at Department of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics.


Yasseri has done research on edit wars in Wikipedia[1].

He participated in Towards a Virtual Institute for the Measurement, Evaluation and Management of Open Online Communities and gave a talk at a workshop at NetSci 2013.

[edit] Work

  1. Can electoral popularity be predicted using socially generated big data?
  2. Circadian patterns of Wikipedia editorial activity: a demographic analysis
  3. Dynamics of conflicts in Wikipedia
  4. Study of social complexity: the case of Wikipedia
  5. The most controversial topics in Wikipedia: a multilingual and geographical analysis
  6. Value production in a collaborative environment

[edit] As co-author

  1. A practical approach to language complexity: a Wikipedia case study
  2. Characterization and prediction of Wikipedia edit wars
  3. Early prediction of movie box office success based on Wikipedia activity big data
  4. Edit wars in Wikipedia
  5. Opinions, conflicts and consensus: modeling social dynamics in a collaborative environment
  6. The distorted mirror of Wikipedia: a quantitative analysis of Wikipedia coverage of academics

[edit] References

  1. Value production in a collaborative environment
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