Identification of Authors’ Profiles in Wiki Using Quiz Game Based on Clusters Analysis Techniques

Mouna Boulaajoul, Noura Aknin


The risk of inaccurate information found in a wiki-based site such as Wikipedia is high. In fact, it is a public site, so it is editable by anyone who can enter inaccurate information through malice or ignorance without any kind of control.
When entering or editing an article, it is recommended to have a clear style without mistakes. So, it is essential to get rid of the mediocre style and respect the rules of writing.
Even so, it is very remarkable that there are abuses at the style due to the malformed language coming even from people belonging to a more cultured so-cial rank. Therefore, the need to identify the wiki authors’ profiles has become paramount.
The idea of this article is to offer a quiz game in the intention to classify the language level of wiki authors by using data mining techniques to make groups where each group gets a significant result that we should analyze.


WEKA; Data mining; Quiz game; Clustering; Author profile; Unity 3D

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