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Newcomer Integration in Online Knowledge Building Communities: Automated Dialogue Analysis in Integrative vs. Non-Integrative Blogger Communities

Nicolae Nistor, Costin-Gabriel Chiru, Nicolas Bresser
2014 Interaction Design and Architecture(s)  
OKBCs can be made "smart" by adding tools that predict how likely an OKBC is to integrate newcomers in existing dialogues and socio-cognitive structures.  ...  Starting from Bakhtin's dialogical approach and polyphony theory, and building on the concept of inter- animation of voices, this study explores the relationship between newcomer integration and dialogue  ...  This in turn poses the question of integrativity: How likely will an OKBC be to integrate new members in the ongoing discourse, and in the existing socio-cognitive structures?  ... 
doaj:a0a8c8581943433998032bb22954131c fatcat:eir3wgdqgbendfgcwtnzusvpvu

A Generic Model of Ontology to Visualize Information Science Domain (OIS) [chapter]

Ahlam F. Sawsaa, Joan Lu
Ontologies and Big Data Considerations for Effective Intelligence  
A Generic Model of Ontology to Visualize Information Science Domain(OIS) Original Citation Sawsaa, Ahlam (2013) A Generic Model of Ontology to Visualize Information Science Domain(OIS).  ...  Doctoral thesis, University of Huddersfield. This version is available at  ...  Conceptualisation is based on objects, concepts and other entities already in existence in the area of interest. Based on this, ontology should be formally defined as being processed by a machine.  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2058-0.ch010 fatcat:6hebcogylbghfn2vc54ait66we

EON2002 - Evaluation of Ontology-based Tools. EKAW02 Workshop (WS1), Sigüenza, Spain, September 30th 2002 [online]

Jürgen Angele, York Sure, [Hrsg.]
2002
We are very grateful to the students at Stanford Medical Informatics who participated in the experiment.  ...  The National Cancer Institute provided the funding for our work on ontology merging and management.  ...  Other tools rely in their algorithms on the existence of instances in each of the source ontologies (e.g., GLUE).  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/31602002 fatcat:am2z3z2dovdjrawwcsv3tm23uu