Upcoming research newsletter: new papers open for review

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Upcoming research newsletter: new papers open for review

Mohammed Sadat Abdulai

We’re preparing for the June 2017 research newsletter and looking for contributors. Please take a look at:
https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/WRN201706 and add your name next to any paper you are interested in covering. Our target publication date is Friday August 25 UTC although actual publication may take place several days later. As usual, short notes and one-paragraph reviews are most welcome.

Highlights from this month:
• ‘What are these researchers doing in my Wikipedia?’: ethical premises and practical judgment in internet-based ethnography
• 280 Birds with One Stone: Inducing Multilingual Taxonomies from Wikipedia using Character-level Classification
• Analysing Timelines of National Histories across Wikipedia Editions: A Comparative Computational Approach
• Assessing and Improving Domain Knowledge Representation in Dbpedia
• Chaudron: Extending DBpedia with measurement
• Cultural diversity of quality of information on Wikipedias
• Digging Wikipedia: The Online Encyclopedia As a Digital Cultural Heritage Gateway and Site
• Evaluation of Metadata Representations in RDF stores
• High-Throughput and Language-Agnostic Entity Disambiguation and Linking on User Generated Data
• Measuring Global Disease with Wikipedia: Success, Failure, and a Research Agenda
• Measuring Global Disease with Wikipedia: Success, Failure, and a Research Agenda
• Predicting Member Productivity and Withdrawal from Pre-Joining Attachments in Online Production Groups
• Problematizing and Addressing the Article-as-Concept Assumption in Wikipedia
• Scholia and scientometrics with Wikidata
• Shocking the Crowd: The Effect of Censorship Shocks on Chinese Wikipedia
• Spammer Users Identification in Wikipedia via Editing Behavior
• Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Reverted Wikipedia Edits
• The Evolution and Consequences of Peer Producing Wikipedia's Rules
• The Substantial Interdependence of Wikipedia and Google: A Case Study on the Relationship Between Peer Production Communities and Information Technologies
• The Unusual Suspects: Deep Learning Based Mining of Interesting Entity Trivia from Knowledge Graphs
• The Wikipedia Adventure: Field Evaluation of an Interactive Tutorial for New Users
• TokTrack: A Complete Token Provenance and Change Tracking Dataset for the English Wikipedia
• Visualizing Rank Time Series of Wikipedia Top-Viewed Pages
• Who Wants to Read This?: A Method for Measuring Topical Representativeness in User Generated Content Systems
• WikiSeq: Mining Maximally Informative Simple Sequences from Wikipedia
• Wikum: Bridging Discussion Forums and Wikis Using Recursive Summarization

If you have any question about the format or process feel free to get in touch off-list.

Masssly, Tilman Bayer and Dario Taraborelli

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