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Book: “The Unreasonable Fellows”

2013

Myshkin Ingawale, Nikita Singh

The Unreasonable Fellows, Grapevine publishers, ISBN 9789381841266

Grapevine

India

Journal article: "Network analysis of user generated content quality in Wikipedia."

2013

Myshkin Ingawale, Amitava Dutta, Rahul Roy, and Priya Seetharaman.

Online Information Review 37, no. 4 (2013): 7-7. Emerald.

Emerald

USA

Conference paper: "The Small Worlds of Wikipedia: Implications for Growth, Quality and Sustainability of Collaborative Knowledge Networks."

2009

Myshkin Ingawale, Amitava Dutta, Rahul Roy, and Priya Seetharaman.

In Americas Conference on Information Systems, p. 439. 2009. http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2009/439/

AIS

USA

Conference paper: "Persistence of Cultural Norms in Online Communities: The Curious Case of WikiLove.”

2009

Myshkin Ingawale, Rahul Roy, and Priya Seetharaman

Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. 2009 http://aisel.aisnet.org/pacis2009/108/

AIS

USA

Conference paper: “A Decision Theoretic Approach to IS Planning in the Construction Industry.”

2007

Myshkin Ingawale

24th International Symposium on Automation & Robotics in Construction.

ISARC

USA


My research topic for my PhD at IIM Calcutta is "Network Dynamics of Knowledge Creation in the Wikisphere". It is available in book form here.

My areas of interest are Collaborative Knowledge Networks, Human Computer Interaction, User Interfaces and Social Media
My PhD research involves a lot of Network Theory and Agent Based Modeling and Simulation. To me, these approaches are a ray of hope, a chance to make sense of the incredibly rich and complex world around us. They provide us with explanations grounded in the micro-world - the world of individual, local action, a world of small steps and axiomatic logic - for often complex and puzzling phenomenon when viewed at the macro-scale.

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 Visualizations of Wikipedia's Interaction Networks : Cebuano (top) and Interlingua (bottom) Wikipedia.


The above two screenshots are extracts from my PhD dissertation



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