Potthast, Stein, Gerling. (2008). Automatic Vandalism Detection in Wikipedia. http://www.uni-weimar.de/medien/webis/publications/downloads/papers/stein_2008c.pdf
Open the PDF, scan to page 667. This bot outperforms MartinBot, T-850 Robotic Assistant, WerdnaAntiVandalBot, Xenophon, ClueBot, CounterVandalismBot, PkgBot, MiszaBot, and AntiVandalBot. It outperforms the best of those (AntiVandalBot) by a very wide margin.
So why are you wasting the ISPs time and the police's time when the best of the passive technology routes have not been explored? Using machine learning you pit the vandals against themselves. Every time they perform a particular kind of vandalism, it can never be performed again because the bot will recognize it.
On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 4:15 PM, Brian <[hidden email]> wrote:
By the way, I ask those questions having read the bots user page. It is apparently quite effective, indicating to me that this user causes minimal disruption.
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