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WAIS has over 3500 Publications listed in the University of Southampton EPrints repository, many with the full text available to read online.

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Recent WAIS Publications

The cognitive heuristics behind disclosure decisions - Vincent, Joseph Marmion, Felicity Bishop, David E. Millard and Sarah V. Stevenage
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017 | Springer | Item availability restricted.
Towards semantic assessment of summarizability in self-service business intelligence - Luis Ibanez Gonzalez, José-Norberto Mazón and Elena Simperl
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017 | Springer | Item not available on this server.
The Devil's long tail: religious and other radicals in the internet marketplace - David Stevens and Kieron O'hara
Type: Book | 2014 | Oxford University Press | Item not available on this server.
What makes a good collaborative knowledge graph: group composition and quality in Wikidata - Alessandro Piscopo, Christopher Phethean and Elena Simperl
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017 | Springer International Publishing | Item availability restricted.
Multiplayer games as a template for multiplayer narratives: a case study with Dark Souls - Callum Spawforth and David Millard
Type: Book Section | 2017 | CEUR-WS.org
A framework for multi-participant narratives based on multiplayer game interactions - Callum Spawforth and David Millard
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017
Developing a Writer’s Toolkit for interactive locative storytelling - Heather Packer, Charlie Hargood, Yvonne Howard, Petros Papadopoulos and David Millard
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017 | Springer
Minds Online: The interface between web science, cognitive science and the philosophy of mind - Paul Smart, Robert Clowes and Richard Heersmink
Type: Book | 2017 | Now Publishers Inc | Item availability restricted.
Social incentives in paid collaborative crowdsourcing - Oluwaseyi Feyisetan and Elena Simperl
Type: Article | 2017 | Item availability restricted.
Identity Assurance in the UK: technical implementation and legal implications under eIDAS - Niko Tsakalakis, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon and Kieron O'Hara
Type: Article | 2017 | Item availability restricted.
Online participation in democratic processes: The case of the Green Party, Germany - Gefion Thuermer, Silke Roth, Kieron O'Hara and Steffen Staab
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017
Predicting sense of community and participation by applying machine learning to open government data - Alessandro Piscopo, Ronald Siebes and Lynda Hardman
Type: Article | 2017 | Item not available on this server.
Social media during multi-hazard disasters: Lessons from the Kaikoura Earthquake 2016 - Briony Gray, Mark J. Weal and David Martin
Type: Article | 2017
Web science: a curriculum overview - E. Coskun and S. White
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017 | IATED Academy | Item availability restricted.
A generalized language model as the combination of skipped n-grams and modified kneser-ney smoothing - Rene Pickhardt, Thomas Gottron, Martin Körner, Paul Georg Wagner, Till Speicher and Steffen Staab
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2014 | Item not available on this server.
Interactive faceted search and exploration of open social media data on a touchscreen mobile phone - Alexander Kleinen, Ansgar Scherp and Steffen Staab
Type: Article | 2014 | Item availability restricted.
An ontology-based framework for domain-specific modeling - Tobias Walter, Fernando Silva Parreiras and Steffen Staab
Type: Article | 2014
Detecting non-gaussian geographical topics in tagged photo collections - Christoph Carl Kling, Jérôme Kunegis, Sergej Sizov and Steffen Staab
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2014 | ACM | Item availability restricted.
Voting behaviour and power in online democracy: A study of LiquidFeedback in Germany's Pirate Party - Christoph Carl Kling, Jerome Kunegis, Heinrich Hartmann, Markus Strohmaier and Steffen Staab
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2015 | AAAI | Item not available on this server.
Deviating from the cybercriminal script: exploring tools of anonymity (mis)used by carders on cryptomarkets - Gert, Jan Van Hardeveld, Craig Webber and Kieron O'Hara
Type: Article | 2017

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