№1, 2013

Rasim M. Alguliyev, Irada Y. Alakbarova

The article studied the problems associated with vandalism in the Wiki environment, approaches to identify conflicts. Also the relationships between users are analyzed, methods for identifying of conflictual articles in the Wiki environment were suggested. In order to identify the information confrontation a comparative analysis between the amount of  Wiki articles and discussion pages, as well as the use of number of links to authoritative sources has been offered. (pp. 39-48) 

Keywords:Wikipedia, the wiki technology, a wiki-environment, wikimetric researchs, vandalism, information confrontation, an authoritative source, the discussion page
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