Journal article
The social bookmark and publication management system bibsonomy A platform for evaluating and demonstrating Web 2.0 research



Publication Details
Authors:
Jäschke, R.; Mitzlaff, F.; Hotho, A.; Schmitz, C.; Benz, D.; Stumme, G.
Publication year:
2010
Journal:
VLDB Journal
Pages range:
849-875
Volume number:
19
Start page:
849
End page:
875
ISSN:
1066-8888

Abstract
Social resource sharing systems are central elements of the Web 2.0 and use the same kind of lightweight knowledge representation, called folksonomy. Their large user communities and ever-growing networks of user-generated content have made them an attractive object of investigation for researchers from different disciplines like Social Network Analysis, Data Mining, Information Retrieval or Knowledge Discovery. In this paper, we summarize and extend our work on different aspects of this branch of Web 2.0 research, demonstrated and evaluated within our own social bookmark and publication sharing system BibSonomy, which is currently among the three most popular systems of its kind. We structure this presentation along the different interaction phases of a user with our system, coupling the relevant research questions of each phase with the corresponding implementation issues. This approach reveals in a systematic fashion important aspects and results of the broad bandwidth of folksonomy research like capturin


Keywords
BibSonomy Collaborative tagging Web 2.0 Folksonomy Data mining tag recommendations folksonomies search model

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