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    Accessing Information with Tags: Search and Ranking

    Navarro Bullock, Beate; Hotho, Andreas; Stumme, Gerd . page 310--343 . Springer International Publishing , Cham , 2018 .

    With the growth of the Social Web, a variety of new web-based services arose and changed the way users interact with the internet and consume information. One central phenomenon was and is tagging which allows to manage, organize and access information in social systems. Tagging helps to manage all kinds of resources, making their access much easier. The first type of social tagging systems were social bookmarking systems, i.e., platforms for storing and sharing bookmarks on the web rather than just in the browser. Meanwhile, (hash-)tagging is central in many other Social Media systems such as social networking sites and micro-blogging platforms. To allow for efficient information access, special algorithms have been developed to guide the user, to search for information and to rank the content based on tagging information contributed by the users.
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    Editor(s) Brusilovsky, Peter; He, Daqing
    DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90092-6_9
    Tags2018  folkrank  folksonomy  myown  rank  search  tag 

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