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English: A slide deck presented by EpochFail and Staeiou at OpenSym 2018.

Aaron Halfaker and Stuart Geiger present on their history with mixed methods research and discuss potential pitfalls in failing to properly operationalize trace data. The talk features a discussion of the Even Good Bots Fight paper and Stuart and Aaron's rebuttal paper Operationalizing Conflict and Cooperation between Software Agents in Wikipedia.

Papers referenced in this talk:

  • Halfaker, A., Geiger, R. S., Morgan, J. T., & Riedl, J. (2013). The rise and decline of an open collaboration system: How Wikipedia’s reaction to popularity is causing its decline. American Behavioral Scientist, 57(5), 664-688.
  • Tsvetkova, M., García-Gavilanes, R., Floridi, L., & Yasseri, T. (2017). Even good bots fight: The case of Wikipedia. PloS one, 12(2), e0171774.
  • GEIGER, R. S., & HALFAKER, A. (2017). Operationalizing Conflict and Cooperation between Automated Software Agents in Wikipedia: A Replication and Expansion of “Even Good Bots Fight”. CSCW'18 File:Operationalizing-conflict-bots-wikipedia-cscw-preprint.pdf
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