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Community-Built Databases

Research and Development

By Eric Pardede

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Diverse in purpose and collaboration patterns, Wikipedia, Flickr, You Tube, Facebook, LinkedIn are all large community-built databases. This book offers the first comprehensive reference on technical and social aspects of research in community-built databases.

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-6421-9046-9
  • 388 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: May 19, 2011
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF

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Wikipedia, Flickr, You Tube, Facebook, LinkedIn are all examples of large community-built databases, although with quite diverse purposes and collaboration patterns. Their usage and dissemination will further grow introducing e.g. new semantics, personalization, or interactive media.Pardede delivers the first comprehensive research reference on community-built databases. The contributions discuss various technical and social aspects of research in and development in areas like in Web science, social networks, and collaborative information systems.Pardede delivers the first comprehensive research reference on community-built databases. The contributions discuss various technical and social aspects of research in and development in areas like in Web science, social networks, and collaborative information systems.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Section I: Community
  2. Built Databases: Standard and Technologies  Section II: Community
  3. Built Databases: Storage and ModellingSection III: Social Aspect of Community
  4. Built DatabasesSection IV: Community
  5. Built Databases ApplicationsSection V: The Future of Community
  6. Built Databases
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