Exploiting user feedback to learn to rank answers in q&a forums: a case study with stack overflow

@inproceedings{Dalip2013ExploitingUF,
  title={Exploiting user feedback to learn to rank answers in q&a forums: a case study with stack overflow},
  author={Daniel Hasan Dalip and Marcos Andr{\'e} Gonçalves and Marco Cristo and P{\'a}vel Calado},
  booktitle={SIGIR},
  year={2013}
}
Collaborative web sites, such as collaborative encyclopedias, blogs, and forums, are characterized by a loose edit control, which allows anyone to freely edit their content. As a consequence, the quality of this content raises much concern. To deal with this, many sites adopt manual quality control mechanisms. However, given their size and change rate, manual assessment strategies do not scale and content that is new or unpopular is seldom reviewed. This has a negative impact on the many… CONTINUE READING
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