WebQuality 2012

Homepage: http://www.dl.kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp/webquality2012
This workshop was held in connection with 21st International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2012).

The following papers were presented at The Anti-Social Web : Credibility and Quality Issues on the Web and Social Media (WebQuality 2012) (listed alphabetically):
  1. A Breakdown of Quality Flaws in Wikipedia
  2. A Deformation Analysis Method for Artificial Maps Based on Geographical Accuracy and Its Applications
  3. Measuring the Quality of Web Content using Factual Information
  4. kaPoW Plugins: Protecting Web Applications Using Reputation-based Proof-of-Work
  5. Detecting Collective Attention Spam
  6. On Measuring the Lexical Quality of the Web
  7. Identifying Spam in the iOS App Store
  8. An Information Theoretic Approach to Sentimental Polarity Classification
  9. Game-theoretic Models of Web Credibility
  10. Content-Based Trust and Bias Classification via Biclustering

The following people were involved in The Anti-Social Web : Credibility and Quality Issues on the Web and Social Media (WebQuality 2012): Karl Aberer, Katarzyna Abramczuk, Paulina Adamska, Maik Anderka, Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Andras A. Benczur, Leticia Cagnina, Carlos Castillo, James Caverlee, Rishi Chandy, Zhiyuan Cheng, Matt Cutts, Bálint Daróczy, Brian Davison, Akshay Dua, Marcelo Errecalde, Wu-Chang Feng, Edgardo Ferretti, Dennis Fetterly, Andrew Flanagin, Michael Granitzer, Haijie Gu, Zoltan Gyongyi, Christopher Horn, Adam Jatowt, Krishna Kamath, Dasiuke Kitayama, Kyumin Lee, Tien Le, Elisabeth Lex, Yuming Lin, Panagiotis Metaxas, Miriam Metzger, Thanasis Papaioannou, Luz Rello, Dávid Siklósi, Benno Stein, Kazutoshi Sumiya, Katsumi Tanaka, Masashi Toyoda, Michael Voelske, Xiaoling Wang, Steve Webb, Adam Wierzbicki, Ching Man Au Yeung, Jingwei Zhang, Aoying Zhou, Xiaofang Zhou

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