Community analysis through semantic rules and role composition derivation

@article{Rowe2013CommunityAT,
  title={Community analysis through semantic rules and role composition derivation},
  author={Matthew Rowe and Miriam Fern{\'a}ndez and Sofia Angeletou and Harith Alani},
  journal={J. Web Sem.},
  year={2013},
  volume={18},
  pages={31-47}
}
Online communities provide a useful environment for web users to communicate and interact with other users by sharing their thoughts, ideas and opinions, and for resolving problems and issues. Companies and organisations now host online communities in order to support their products and services. Given this investment such communities are required to remain healthy and flourish. The behaviour that users exhibit within online communities is associated with their actions and interactions with… CONTINUE READING
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