This thesis provides a network theoretical foundation for the analysis and design of knowledge sharing communities. It explores new opportunities and challenges that arise in online social interaction environments, which are becoming increasingly ubiquitous and important. This work also has direct implications for practitioners. The ability to add the level of expertise would be a major step forward for expertise finding systems, and would likely open up a range of new application possibilities.On the other hand, topics dominated by tactual, straightforward questions, such as those found in the Education ... As a silly hypothetical example, consider users who answer many car repair questions, but may need lots of advice aboutanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding and Augmenting Expertise Networks|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|