Conflict and Computation on Wikipedia: A Finite-State Machine Analysis of Editor Interactions

@article{DeDeo2016ConflictAC,
  title={Conflict and Computation on Wikipedia: A Finite-State Machine Analysis of Editor Interactions},
  author={Simon DeDeo},
  journal={Future Internet},
  year={2016},
  volume={8},
  pages={31}
}
  • Simon DeDeo
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science, Physics, Biology
  • Future Internet
  • What is the boundary between a vigorous argument and a breakdown of relations. [...] Key Result The bistability we observe empirically may be a consequence of editor turn-over, which drives the system to a critical point between them.Expand Abstract
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