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WWW
2010
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
SpotRank: a robust voting system for social news websites
In a social news website people share content they found on the web, called news, then vote for those they like the most. Voting for a news is then considered as a recommendation,...
Thomas Largillier, Guillaume Peyronnet, Sylvain Pe...
AIRWEB
2008
Springer
11 years 3 months ago
A few bad votes too many?: towards robust ranking in social media
Online social media draws heavily on active reader participation, such as voting or rating of news stories, articles, or responses to a question. This user feedback is invaluable ...
Jiang Bian, Yandong Liu, Eugene Agichtein, Hongyua...
ICWSM
2009
10 years 11 months ago
MakeMyPage: Social Media Meets Automatic Content Generation
Finding out about a topic online can be time consuming. It involves visiting multiple news sites, encyclopedia entries, video repositories and other resources while discarding irr...
Francisco Iacobelli, Kristian J. Hammond, Larry Bi...
WWW
2010
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Measurement and analysis of an online content voting network: a case study of Digg
In online content voting networks, aggregate user activities (e.g., submitting and rating content) make high-quality content thrive through the unprecedented scale, high dynamics ...
Yingwu Zhu
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