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The topics associated to the KMi publications listed in this page were automatically generated using the CSO Classifier, a solution developed by the SKM3 team in KMi. This technology has also been adopted by Springer Nature and is used routinely by them to generate automatically the metadata for all Computer Science conference proceedings they publish.

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WeGov

Where eGovernment meets the eSociety

Social networking technology provides major new opportunities for policy makers (eGovernment) to engage with the community (eSociety). WeGov will develop a toolset that allows full advantage to be taken of a wide range of existing and well established social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.) to engage citizens in two-way dialogs as part of governance and policymaking processes. The tools will make it possible to detect, track and mine opinions, behaviour, and discussions on...


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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. (2012) Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Topics: empirical analysis

Publications related to: empirical analysis

Wagner, C.

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

social networks

Publications related to: social networks

Wagner, C.

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

world wide web

Publications related to: world wide web

Wagner, C.

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

bloggers

Publications related to: bloggers

Wagner, C.

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

numerical model

Publications related to: numerical model

Wagner, C.

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

online communities

Publications related to: online communities

Wagner, C.

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. What catches your attention? An empirical study of attention patterns in community forums, International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Dublin, Ireland

online systems

Publications related to: online systems

Wagner, C.

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. Ignorance isn't Bliss: An Empirical Analysis of Attention Patterns in Online Communities, 4th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Wagner, C., Rowe, M., Strohmaier, M. and Alani, H. What catches your attention? An empirical study of attention patterns in community forums, International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Dublin, Ireland