Intellectual Interchanges in the History of Massive Online Open-editing Encyclopedia, Wikipedia

@article{Yun2016IntellectualII,
  title={Intellectual Interchanges in the History of Massive Online Open-editing Encyclopedia, Wikipedia},
  author={Jinhyuk Yun and S. Lee and H. Jeong},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2016},
  volume={93 1},
  pages={
          012307
        }
}
Wikipedia is a free Internet encyclopedia with an enormous amount of content. This encyclopedia is written by volunteers with various backgrounds in a collective fashion; anyone can access and edit most of the articles. This open-editing nature may give us prejudice that Wikipedia is an unstable and unreliable source; yet many studies suggest that Wikipedia is even more accurate and self-consistent than traditional encyclopedias. Scholars have attempted to understand such extraordinary… Expand
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