Visual Analysis of Controversy in User-generated Encyclopedias
published: Nov. 21, 2007, recorded: October 2007, views: 161
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Wikipedia is a large and rapidly growing Web-based collaborative authoring environment, where anyone on the Internet can create, modify, and delete pages about encyclopedic topics. A remarkable property of some Wikipedia pages is that they are written by up to thousands of authors who may have contradicting opinions. We define a network of authors revising other authors and present methods for its visual analysis that yield interesting insight into the structures of controversy by highlighting the dominant authors of a page, the roles they play, and the alters they confront.
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