At the WWW 2006 a workshop on the topic tagging took place. There were several papers especially on folksonomies and emergent semantics.
The proceedings are available online at: /hosted/taggingws-www2006-files/taggingworkshopschedule.htm The proceedings are hosted here as the original site is no longer available. (Many thanks to Frank Smadja, who provided the files and allowed to mirror them)
- Tagging : From the personal to the social, Rashmi Sinha
Overview and Enterprise
- Position Paper, Tagging, Taxonomy, Flickr, Article, ToRead.
Cameron Marlow, Mor Naaman, danah boyd, Marc Davis; Yahoo! Research and UC Berkeley School of Information Management & Systems.
- Fringe Contacts: People-Tagging for the Enterprise.
Stephen Farrell and Tessa Lau IBM Almaden Research Center
- Collaborative Tagging and Expertise in the Enterprise
Ajita John, Doree Seligmann, Avaya Labs Research.
- Onomi: Social Bookmarking on a Corporate Intranet.
Laurie Damianos, John Griffith, Donna Cuomo; The MITRE Corporation
Mining the TagSpace
- “Automated Tag Clustering: Improving search and exploration in the tag space.”
Grigory Begelman, Philipp Keller, Frank Smadja; Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Citrin Informatik GmbH and RawSugar.
- “Towards the Semantic Web: Collaborative Tag Suggestions.”
Zhichen Xu, Yun Fu, Jianchang Mao, and Difu Su; Yahoo! Inc.
- “Integrating Collaborative Tagging and Emergent Semantics for Image Retrieval.”
Melanie Aurnhammer, Luc Steels, Peter Hanappe; Sony Computer Science Laboratory Paris and University of Brussels (VUB).
- “Inducing Ontology from Flickr Tags.”
Patrick Schmitz University of California, Berkeley and Yahoo! Research, Berkeley.
- Foragr: Collaboratively Tagged Photographs and Social Information Visualization
Brian M. Dennis, EECS Department and New Media Program Northwestern University
- Investigating social tagging and folksonomy in art museums with steve.museum
Jennifer Trant, Bruce Wyman; Archives & Museum Informatics, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, Denver Art Museum with the participants in the steve.museum project.
- Structured vs. unstructured tagging ï¿½ A case study
Judit Bar-Ilan, Snunith Shoham, Asher Idan, Yitzchak Miller and Aviv Shachak; Department of Information Science, Bar-Ilan University Ramat-Gan, Israel.
- Tagging the physical world
Yoelle S. Maarek, Natalia Marmasse, Yaakov Navon, Vova Soroka, Google and IBM Haifa Research Lab
- Tressel: Semantic markup of RSS feeds
Brian McLernon Nicholas Kushmerick, School of Computer Science and Informatics, University College Dublin, Ireland
- Implicit Tagging using Donated Bookmarks
Ben Markines, Lubomira Stoilova, and Filippo Menczer; Department of Computer Science, School of Informatics, Indiana University
- Tag-Based Navigation for Peer-to-Peer Wikipedia; Jenneke Fokker, Johan Pouwelse and Wray Buntine; Departments of Industrial Design and Computer Sciences Delft University of Technology The Netherlands and Department of Computer Science, Helsinki Institute of Information Technology