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When experts agree: using non-affiliated experts to rank popular topics

Krishna Bharat, George A. Mihaila
2002 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
Our algorithm operates on a special index of "expert documents." These are a subset of the pages on the WWW identified as directories of links to non-affiliated sources on specific topics.  ...  In this paper, we propose a novel ranking scheme for popular topics that places the most authoritative pages on the query topic at the top of the ranking.  ...  When traditional algorithms based on content analysis are used to rank documents for popular queries, they cannot distinguish between authoritative and non-authoritative pages (e.g., they fail to detect  ... 
doi:10.1145/503104.503107 fatcat:ebbjcwzk55ajhhjlfs6j376msa

When experts agree

Krishna Bharat, George A. Mihaila
2001 Proceedings of the tenth international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '01  
Our algorithm operates on a special index of "expert documents." These are a subset of the pages on the WWW identified as directories of links to non-affiliated sources on specific topics.  ...  In this paper, we propose a novel ranking scheme for popular topics that places the most authoritative pages on the query topic at the top of the ranking.  ...  When traditional algorithms based on content analysis are used to rank documents for popular queries, they cannot distinguish between authoritative and non-authoritative pages (e.g., they fail to detect  ... 
doi:10.1145/371920.372162 dblp:conf/www/BharatM01 fatcat:d7x7rd3oxvcozmt5xobmwnrhuu

Microsoft Academic Graph: When experts are not enough

Kuansan Wang, Zhihong Shen, Chi-Yuan Huang, Chieh-Han Wu, Yuxiao Dong, Anshul Kanakia
2020 Quantitative Science Studies  
This paper describes the design, schema, and technical and business motivations behind MAG and elaborates how MAG can be used in analytics, search, and recommendation scenarios.  ...  An ongoing project explores the extent to which artificial intelligence (AI), specifically in the areas of natural language processing and semantic reasoning, can be exploited to facilitate the studies  ...  Junjie Qian contributed to the experiments of many large-scale algorithms described in this article.  ... 
doi:10.1162/qss_a_00021 fatcat:h5zlrnuhvrehfltjm3ipns6o4e

Agree to Disagree: Subjective Fairness in Privacy-Restricted Decentralised Conflict Resolution

Alex Raymond, Matthew Malencia, Guilherme Paulino-Passos, Amanda Prorok
2022 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
When an agent deliberates to resolve conflicts, limited knowledge may cause its perspective of a correct outcome to differ from the actual outcome of the conflict resolution.  ...  Under limited information, agents rely on communication to divulge some of their private (and unobservable) information to others.  ...  Inescapably, agents “agree to disagree” when compelled to concede a resource due to ulterior reasons, such as privacy preservation or time constraints.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2022.733876 pmid:35252361 pmcid:PMC8891697 fatcat:jfi3vgahv5ei7p6mec4hykucki

Correlation of Expert and Search Engine Rankings [article]

Michael L. Nelson, Martin Klein, Manoranjan Magudamudi
2008 arXiv   pre-print
To answer this question we conducted 9 experiments using 8 expert rankings on a range of academic, athletic, financial and popular culture topics.  ...  In previous research it has been shown that link-based web page metrics can be used to predict experts' assessment of quality.  ...  Their algorithm is based on a special set of "expert documents" which are defined as web pages about a certain topic with many links to non-affiliated web pages on that topic.  ... 
arXiv:0809.2851v2 fatcat:hsqoqswwvbgvhdhc24xzqelb5q

SciLens: Evaluating the Quality of Scientific News Articles Using Social Media and Scientific Literature Indicators

Panayiotis Smeros, Carlos Castillo, Karl Aberer
2019 The World Wide Web Conference on - WWW '19  
Furthermore, SciLens can also be used to produce a completely automated quality score for an article, which agrees more with expert evaluators than manual evaluations done by non-experts.  ...  According to our experiments, these indicators help non-experts evaluate more accurately the quality of a scientific news article, compared to non-experts that do not have access to these indicators.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the external experts who helped us on the evaluation of our framework: Aina Crosas (Communication  ... 
doi:10.1145/3308558.3313657 dblp:conf/www/Smeros0A19 fatcat:rlx7dvxjfrhhfneonwjtu2obj4

Defining Science Literacy in General Education Courses for Undergraduate Non-Science Majors

Eleanor V.H. Vandegrift, Ronald A. Beghetto, Judith S. Eisen, Peter M. O'Day, Michael G. Raymer, Nicola C. Barber
2020 The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
Finally, we reflect on the use of SCILIT self-assessment to guide instruction and assessment in general education science courses for non-science majors.  ...  We present the rationale and process we used to elicit instructors' conceptions of science literacy, crafted in a meaningful way with input by faculty and graduate student science experts.  ...  We also wish to thank all of our affiliated Faculty, Graduate SLP Fellows, and Undergraduate SLP Fellows, who supported development of science literacy in undergraduate students at the University of Oregon  ... 
doi:10.14434/josotl.v20i2.25640 fatcat:3wabrwodv5ayrivznijk3d7w7u

Experiments in social data mining

Brian Amento, Loren Terveen, Will Hill, Deborah Hix, Robert Schulman
2003 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
Second, compared to popular web search interfaces, the TopicShop interface to this information lets users select significantly more high quality sites, in less time and with less effort, and to organize  ...  First, a number of automatically computable features about web sites do a good job of predicting expert quality judgments about sites.  ...  We also thank Candace Kamm, Julia Hirschberg, and Steve Whittaker for much useful discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1145/606658.606661 fatcat:bb66a5ppyjffhfriykeuvgoxhi

LookingGlass

Nyunsu Kim, Sedat Gokalp, Hasan Davulcu, Mark Woodward
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining - ASONAM '13  
We developed a visual intelligence platform, named LookingGlass, to track the geographical footprint, shifting positions and flows of individuals, topics and perspectives between groups.  ...  The algorithms utilize large amounts of text collected from a wide variety of organizations' media outlets to discover their hotly debated topics, and their discriminative perspectives voiced by opposing  ...  a very specific statistical pattern (probabilistic Guttman pattern [7] ) that can be used to classify and rank any actor's polarity and neutral-to-extreme position on a continuous scale at area expert-level  ... 
doi:10.1145/2492517.2500275 dblp:conf/asunam/KimGDW13 fatcat:adpmp3drivanlarurqicqdgtl4

Non-cognitive abilities of exceptional software engineers: a Delphi study [article]

Wouter Groeneveld, Hans Jacobs, Joost Vennekens, Kris Aerts
2019 arXiv   pre-print
To answer this question, we performed a Delphi study, inviting 36 experts from 11 different countries world-wide, affiliated with 21 internationally renowned institutions.  ...  During the last decade, research and practical interest for non-technicalities has grown, revealing the building blocks to be various skills and abilities beside pure technical knowledge.  ...  and effort to participate.  ... 
arXiv:1910.09861v1 fatcat:hixh6kansffy7ahxnnd2dcznji

Finding Credible Information Sources in Social Networks Based on Content and Social Structure

Kevin R. Canini, Bongwon Suh, Peter L. Pirolli
2011 2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust and 2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Social Computing  
Based on these results, we designed a novel method of automatically identifying and ranking social network users according to their relevance and expertise for a given topic.  ...  Our findings show a great potential for automatically identifying and ranking credible users for any given topic. † This work was completed entirely while this author was at the Palo Alto Research Center  ...  Therefore, one of the most important aspects of credibility is also of the hardest for a non-expert to gauge.  ... 
doi:10.1109/passat/socialcom.2011.91 dblp:conf/socialcom/CaniniSP11 fatcat:4rxwj7wzjreafa53bjsxht6h5y

Is the applicability of Web-based surveys for academic research limited to the field of information technology?

N. Roztocki, N.A. Lahri
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
While the popularity of online data collection methodology has increased, only a limited number of studies have been done related to the topic of using Web-Based Surveys specifically for academic research  ...  The first objective is to explore potential differences in attitudes toward using Web-Based Surveys as a tool for academic research among Information Technology versus non-Information Technology researchers  ...  Three submissions contained mainly empty spaces, while one respondent neglected to provide information about IT or non-IT affiliation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174760 dblp:conf/hicss/RoztockiL03 fatcat:5tn5qz4u3rga3io5ctiuuokxia

Business Models for Online Education and Open Educational Resources: Insights from a Delphi Study

Chitu Okoli, Ning Wang
2015 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
We employed the Delphi method to consult leading experts in online education, asking them to identify existing business models; describe potentially feasible models that are not currently implemented;  ...  This article determines the most important business models that try to achieve the goals of various online education stakeholders.  ...  Acknowledgements We are deeply grateful to all the experts who have responded to our Delphi questionnaires; the study is a result of their valuable contributions.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/OkoliW15 fatcat:rsvo6vyal5hwzghukwatsne6n4

When experts talk, does anyone listen? essays on the limits of expert influence on public opinion

Eric Roman Owen Merkley
2019
This dissertation is comprised of three papers that examine other important limitations of expert influence on public opinion on topics featuring widespread expert agreement.  ...  Scholarly explanations for these observations largely focus on the tendency of citizens to selectively process information from experts in line with their ideology and values.  ...  We would hope the public uses expert consensus where and when it exists to inform their policy evaluations of related topics.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0378290 fatcat:efzwn7kaz5h4dd3pndqsps4mha

Designing Explanation Interfaces for Transparency and Beyond

Chun-Hua Tsai, Peter Brusilovsky
2019 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces  
We went through four stages to identify the key components of the recommendation model, expert mental model, user mental model, and target mental model.  ...  In our design, the co-bookmarked item will be listed and ranked by its social popularity, i.e., how many users have followed/bookmarked the item?  ...  We used latent Dirichlet allocation (LDA) to attribute collected terms from publications to one of the topics. We chose 30 topics to build the topic model for all scholars.  ... 
dblp:conf/iui/TsaiB19a fatcat:357kg7ggcrc67d5dmqyuipwaya
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