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Conflicts and opinion clashes in Wikipedia
Transcript of Conflicts and opinion clashes in Wikipedia
Robert Sumi, András Rung, András Kornai, János Török, János Kertész
Gerardo Iñiguez, Kimmo Kaski
Maxi San Miguel
Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Budapest University of Technology
University of the Balearic Islands
Mass collaboration of unprofessional individuals from all around the world
Yasseri, T., and J. Kertész (2013)
Value production in a collaborative environment, J Stat Phys, 151(3-4), 414.
Long Time Scales
Short time scales
Controversy increases Burstiness
Controversy increases Memory effects
Yasseri T, Sumi R, Rung A, Kornai A, Kertész J (2012)
Dynamics of Conflicts in Wikipedia. PLoS ONE 7(6): e38869
Yasseri T., Spoerri A., Graham M., Kertész J.
The most controversial topics in Wikipedia:
A multilingual and geographical analysis
(2013) arXiv: 1305.5566
Bounded Confidence Model
Opinions, Conflicts, and Consensus: Modeling Social Dynamics in a Collaborative Environment
Török J., Iñiguez G., Yasseri T., San Miguel M., Kaski K., and Kertész J.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 088701
What else do we need?
Empirical vs Model
Modifications to Model
Hetreheterogeneity among editors
Agency and group formation
Counting all the mutual reverts with proper weighting according to maturity of both editors involved in the revert.
Papers, Codes, Data, Lists
M top-10 lists
International pillow fight day, Budapest 2010.
English German French Spanish Czech
a belief about matters commonly considered to be subjective
struggle for agency or power in society