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Lucas,

Some of the folks at Oxford Internet Institute have worked on editing in 
Wikipedia (which is partly collaborative, so it will depend on how 
strictly you want to define this term). Look at some papers by Taha 
Yasseri and collaborators, for example.

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Date:    Wed, 14 Dec 2016 11:14:26 +0000
From:    Lucas Lacasa <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: collaborative Q&A online social networks

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Dear all,
I would be interested in finding appropriate literature which explores, fro=
m a quantitative angle, the collaborative process taking place in online Q&=
A networks/forums. Do you happen to know relevant papers on this subject?
Many thanks.
Best,
Lucas

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Dr. Lucas Lacasa
Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics
Queen Mary, University of London

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