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Quality, Relevance and Importance in Information Retrieval with Fuzzy Semantic Networks
We propose a framework for ranking information based on quality, relevance and importance, and argue that a socio-semantic contextual approach that extends topicality can lead to increased value of
SocioTM - Relevancies, Collaboration, and Socio-knowledge in Topic Maps
This paper introduces SocioTM model; an extension of TM paradigm that includes relevancies, collaboration, and socio- knowledge (user-specific knowledge/ behaviors) and concludes with collaboration involvement in Socio TM building and with migration of socio-knowledge.
Democracy framework politics & leadership in online communities
  • S. Rudan, S. Rudan
  • Political Science
    First International Conference on eDemocracy…
  • 24 April 2014
Democracy Framework is an effort to introduce (liberal) democracy practice and methodologies in online-communities, through embedding a set of components that constitute a framework responsible for
Extending BPM(N) to Support Face-to-Virtual (F2V) Process Modeling
The notion of sub-process palettes is introduced as a means to reduce the rigidity, and introduce personalization, of processes in CoPI4P communities and the corresponding F2V business processes.
Reprogramming anthropocene - crowdsourced governance of trans-technical systems
It is argued that the system design has to adapt toward more flexible loosely-coupled components that are capable of recognizing user interactions and processes and adjusting system experience and behaviour to achieve to most efficient results and introduced a concept of visual language for modeling those processes.
Deliverable D 6 . 12 Report on the evaluation of the ACE from a holistic and technological perspective
The QMUL-funded AudioCommons project aims to create an ecosystem for Creative Reuse of Audio Content and provide a platform for non-commercial reuse of audio content for educational and commercial purposes.
Twin Talk: Bukvik+LitTerra+Colabo.Space - An Example of the DH Collaboration Across Disciplines, Languages, and Style
This paper focuses on a long-term collaboration between the two poles of the DH-dipole; the D-pole: a CSCW (Computer-supported cooperative work) Computer Science scholar, Sasha Rudan, and the H-pole:
Democracy Framework, ColaboFlow, and Wikipedia - Governing Face-to-virtual Systems and Processes According to Democratic and Ethical Principles
A two-tier model is proposed where system anomalies are detected at the high, statistical and resource-cheap level, and understand and semi-automatically normalize (heal) the recognized anomalies at the low, behavioral and Resource-demanding level.