Browse by Subject "wikipedia"

  • Chieng, Steven K. (2011-01-21)
    The massive amount of information on the Web has led to the proliferation of vertical search engines, which are specialized for specific domains. Such engines can offer superior results through gathering and utilizing ...

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  • Hahn, James F. (Emerald, 2010)
    The purpose of this paper is to present the results of a usability study which inquired into undergraduate student information seeking with Wikipedia on the iPod touch. Students characterize the overall nature of information ...

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  • Hahn, James F. (Emerald, 2009)
    Three second-year undergraduate students took part in this semester long study. They are loaned iPods with a Wikipedia copy to use as desired. Usability data are drawn from search logs recording titles of the articles ...

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  • Pasternack, Jeff; Roth, Dan (2008)
    Wikipedia, the popular online encyclopedia, has in just six years grown from an adjunct to the now-defunct Nupedia to over 31 million pages and 429 million revisions in 256 languages and spawned sister projects such as ...

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