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CSCW
2010
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Readers are not free-riders: reading as a form of participation on wikipedia
The success of Wikipedia as a large-scale collaborative effort has spurred researchers to examine the motivations and behaviors of Wikipedia’s participants. However, this resear...
Judd Antin, Coye Cheshire
CSCW
2010
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Social language network analysis
In this note we introduce a new methodology that combines tools from social language processing and network analysis to identify socially situated relationships between individual...
Andrew J. Scholand, Yla R. Tausczik, James W. Penn...
CSCW
2010
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Catchup: a useful application of time-travel in meetings
People are often required to catch up on information they have missed in meetings, because of lateness or scheduling conflicts. Catching up is a complex cognitive process where pe...
Simon Tucker, Ofer Bergman, Anand Ramamoorthy, Ste...
CSCW
2010
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Reading between the lines: linguistic cues to deception in online dating profiles
This study investigates whether deception in online dating profiles is detectable through a linguistic approach, which assumes that liars nonconsciously produce different word pat...
Catalina L. Toma, Jeffrey T. Hancock
CSCW
2010
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Pitfalls of information access with visualizations in remote collaborative analysis
In a world of widespread information access, information can overwhelm collaborators, even with visualizations to help. We extend prior work to study the effect of shared informat...
Aruna D. Balakrishnan, Susan R. Fussell, Sara B. K...
CSCW
2010
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Street fighter IV: braggadocio off and on-line
In its heyday, the video arcade was a social scene to prove
Norman Makoto Su
KDD
2006
ACM
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10 years 9 months ago
Group formation in large social networks: membership, growth, and evolution
The processes by which communities come together, attract new members, and develop over time is a central research issue in the social sciences -- political movements, professiona...
Lars Backstrom, Daniel P. Huttenlocher, Jon M. Kle...
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