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ThinkMind // International Journal On Advances in Internet Technology, volume 7, numbers 3 and 4, 2014 // View article inttech_v7_n34_2014_1


A Study of Unsounded Code Strings at the End of Online Messages of a Q&A Site and a Micro Blog

Authors:
Kunihiro Nakajima
Yasuhiko Watanabe
Subaru Nakayama
Kenji Umemoto
Ryo Nishimura
Yoshihiro Okada

Keywords: unsounded code string, micro blog, Twitter, Q&A site,Yahoo! chiebukuro.

Abstract:
In this study, we compare answers in a Q&A site with messages in a micro blog and discuss how we use unsounded code strings at the end of online messages. We first show that unsounded code strings at the end of answers in a Q&A site are used for not only smooth communication but an other purpose, minimum length limit avoidance. Next, we show that the length of unsounded code strings at the end of answers in a Q&A site, which are used for smooth communication, have a similar distribution pattern to those at the end of messages in a micro blog. On the other hand, the length of unsounded code strings used for minimum length limit avoidance have a different distribution pattern. Furthermore, we compare frequently used unsounded code strings at the end of answers in a Q&A site with those at the end of messages in a micro blog. Finally, we show our results are useful to analyze users' messages in online communities. In this study, we used the data of Yahoo! chiebukuro, a widely-used Japanese Q&A site, and Twitter for observation and examination.

Pages: 161 to 171

Copyright: Copyright (c) to authors, 2014. Used with permission.

Publication date: December 30, 2014

Published in: journal

ISSN: 1942-2652

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