I tag, you tag: translating tags for advanced user models

@inproceedings{Wetzker2010ITY,
  title={I tag, you tag: translating tags for advanced user models},
  author={Robert Wetzker and Carsten Zimmermann and Christian Bauckhage and Sahin Albayrak},
  booktitle={WSDM '10},
  year={2010}
}
Collaborative tagging services (folksonomies) have been among the stars of the Web 2.0 era. They allow their users to label diverse resources with freely chosen keywords (tags). Our studies of two real-world folksonomies unveil that individual users develop highly personalized vocabularies of tags. While these meet individual needs and preferences, the considerable differences between personal tag vocabularies (personomies) impede services such as social search or customized tag recommendation… 
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