publication . Preprint . 2006

Wege zur Entdeckung von Communities in Folksonomies

Jäschke, Robert; Hotho, Andreas; Schmitz, Christoph; Stumme, Gerd;
Open Access German
  • Published: 01 Jan 2006
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
Ein wichtiger Baustein des neu entdeckten World Wide Web - des "Web 2.0" - stellen Folksonomies dar. In diesen Systemen können Benutzer gemeinsam Ressourcen verwalten und mit Schlagwörtern versehen. Die dadurch entstehenden begrifflichen Strukturen stellen ein interessantes Forschungsfeld dar. Dieser Artikel untersucht Ansätze und Wege zur Entdeckung und Strukturierung von Nutzergruppen ("Communities") in Folksonomies.
Subjects
free text keywords: 004 - Informatik (Data processing Computer science), World Wide Web, Wissenserwerb, Wissensmanagement, Ontologie <Wissensverarbeitung>
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