Turkiye'de Internet Konferansi 2007

Öneri Özeti

ID19
TitleTOWARDS AUTOMATED QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR SOCIALLY CREATED INFORMATION ASSETS ON THE WEB
Author(s)Author #1
Name: David Davenport
Org: Bilkent University
Country: Turkey
Email: david__at__cs.bilkent.edu.tr

Author #2
Name: Markus Schaal
Org: Bilkent University
Country: Turkey
Email: schaal__at__cs.bilkent.edu.tr

Other Author(s)
Keywordsinformation quality, quality assurance, social networks, reputation, trust, collaborative learning systems
AbstractInformation quality on the web is becoming an increasingly important issue. Some existing websites have begun to tackle the problem, but in a rather simple and piecemeal manner, e.g. eBay gives users a trust rating based on past transactions, del.icio.us rates web pages by simple vote counting. Websites, such as Wikipedia, Flickr and YouTube, that feature collaboratively created content, have already begun to experience the problems a lack of quality control can bring. This paper reports on research aimed at laying clear foundations which encompass all such quality issues. It begins by looking at the notion of quality and quality assurance in general and then examines the specific case of information quality and how the creation of quality assets requires knowledge of the users themselves. Acquiring the necessary evidence for evaluating both content and users is then outlined. The paper concludes with the design of a testbed learning system which will be used for experimenting with various rating and update models.
Topics• Internet, Toplumsal Denetim, Katılımcılık ve Demokrasi
• Yeni Internet teknolojileri
• Bilgi Ekonomisi, ve Bilgi Toplumu
Comments
Ideally, the paper needs a diagram or two, which we may add in a few days if we have time!
Paper 19.doc (57KB)
 

 

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