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Studies in Computational Intelligence
Does co-editing of Wikipedia articles reveal users dominating others? Do these dyadic dominance orderings (if any) lead to a global linear hierarchy among contributing users? In this article we claim that dominance (respectively deference) is revealed by users undoing (respectively redoing) edits of others. We propose methods to turn the history of Wikipedia pages into a dynamic multiplex network resulting from three types of interaction events: dyadic dominance, dyadic deference, anddoi:10.1007/978-3-319-50901-3_8 fatcat:jjjl3h4o7zdjfllaw4sqv7dkb4