Corpus ID: 32261617

Proposal Computational Social Roles : Identify , Recommend and Configure Emergent Social Roles in Online Communities

@inproceedings{January2018ProposalCS,
  title={Proposal Computational Social Roles : Identify , Recommend and Configure Emergent Social Roles in Online Communities},
  author={Diyi Yang January and B. Aven},
  year={2018}
}
  • Diyi Yang January, B. Aven
  • Published 2018
  • Millions of people participate in online communities, exchange expertise and ideas, and collaborate to produce complex artifacts, such as Linux and Wikipedia. They engage in a variety of roles, which strongly influence the amount and types of work they do, and how they coordinate their activities. Better understanding members’ roles benefits members by clarifying how they should behave to participate effectively and also benefits the community overall by encouraging members to contribute in… CONTINUE READING
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