Academic / job titles
• Digital Curation and Preservation
• Digital Forensics
• Government Information Reuse
• Information Systems: Analysis and Design
• Multi-media Information: Technology and Application
Papers in Peer-reviewed Journals
Chuanfu Chen, Bo Luo, Kuei Chiu, Ruihan Zhao,Ping Wang. “Preferences of Chinese library and information science journal articles in citingInternetsources.” Library & Information Science Research. To be published in December, 2014.
Chuanfu Chen, Ping Wang,Yaqi Liu, Gang Wu, Pei Wang. “Impacts of government website information on social sciences and humanities in China: A citation analysis.”Government Information Quarterly,2013(30):450-463.
Chuanfu Chen, Ping Wang, Dan Wu, Yaqi Liu, Gang Wu, Haoqin Ma.“The attitudes of LIS chairs toward the iSchools Movement in China: a contemporary grounded theory analysis.”Aslib Proceedings.2012, 64(6):591-614.
Jin Li, Ping Wang, Xiwu Gu, Xianbing Wang. “Evaluating the Confidence of Social Tags in Folksonomy.” Submitted to Artificial Intelligence Review. Under review from May, 2014.
Ping Wang, Yaqi Liu, Kuei Chiu, Chuanfu Chen, Gang Wu. “Challenges affecting LIS education in China: a multi-dimensional analysis of perceptions from library school deans.” Submitted to Aslib Proceedings. Under review from May, 2014.
Ping Wang, Xiwu Gu, Huihui Zhao. “The Research on the Evaluation Approach of Authority for Academic Entity Based on Multi-relationship Heterogeneous Network.” Journal of the Chinese Society for Scientific and Technical Information. To be published in July, 2014.
Limin Zhang, Ping Wang, “Study on the traceability of P-W web citation: using information science journals as example.” Journal of Intelligence. 2012, 31(7):61-65.
Zhuoqun Chen, Ping Wang, Zhongyi Wang. “A study on semantic interoperability of digital library based on XTM.” Information Science. 2011, 29(3):462-467.
Ping Wang. “The construction of information resources using value-added exploitation model based on cloud computation.” Journal of Intelligence. 2010, 29(7):144-148.
Ping Wang, Yuping Wu. “The model of knowledge organization for digital library based on topic map.” Information Studies: Theory & Application. 2010, 33(10):86-91.
Chuanfu Chen, Ping Wang. “Practices, results and trends of value-added exploitation of public sector information in Europeans Union.” Library and Information. 2010(6):1-8.
Ping Wang, Qikai Cheng, “Research on credibility evaluation of information on the web.” Journal of Information Resources Management. 2013, 3(1):46-52.
Tingting Zhuang, Ping Wang, Qikai Cheng. “Temporal elated topic detection approach on Microblog.” Journal of Information Resources Management. 2013, 3(3):40-46.
Ping Wang. “On the application of key technology of cloud computing in digital libraries.” Information and Documentation Services. 2010(5):52-56.
Ping Wang. “A survey on cognition of web-based academic communication behavior by studying social science and humanities researchers in China.” Library and Information. 2013(5):112-118.
Ping Wang. “A study on the phenomenon of concentration of web-based resources adoption: Using library and information science as example.” Information Science. 2014, 32(7):108-113.
Ping Wang. “A Study on power-law distribution of website resources citation.” Journal of Intelligence. 2014, 33(6):105-110.
Qinghong Wang, Ping Wang. “A study on the generation algorithm and implementation of the theme abstract in scientific and technical literature based on HLDA: using papers in power industry as example.” Documentation, Information & Knowledge. 2014(4):63-67.
Qinghong Wang, Ping Wang. “A study on mining information needs of enterprise users and the visualization of correlation of information resources.” Library and Information. 2014(3):27-32.
Liang Hong, Ping Wang. “Visualization research on topic-based social relations in virtual community.” Journal of Intelligence. To be published in October, 2014.
Ping Wang. A Study on Internet Resources Cited as Evidence in Humanities and Social Science Research in China. Scientific and Technical Documents Publishing House, Beijing, 2014.
Peer-reviewed Papers in Conference Proceedings
Ping Wang. Haiying Hua. A model of value-added government information exploitation based on cloud computing. Proceedings 2011 International Conference on Business Management and Electronic Information.
Haiying Hua, Ping Wang. Commercial reuse of information from public sector: Current status, problems and possible future. Proceedings 2011 International Conference on Business Management and Electronic Information.
Chuanfu Chen, Ping Wang, Dan Wu, Yaqi Liu, Gang Wu, Haoqin Ma. Attitudes of LIS chairs towards the iSchools Movement in China: a contemporary analysis. Proceedings of the 2011 iConference: Inspiration, Integrity, and Intrepidity, iConference 2011.
Chuanfu Chen, Ping Wang, Yaqi Liu, Gang Wu, Pei Wang.Impacts of government website information on social science research in China: A citation analysis. Centre for Media and Communications Law 2010 International Conference.
Principal Investigator, An Empirical Study on the Evaluation Model of Microblog Topic Credibility Based on Multi-factor Fusion, 2014-2016, National Natural Science Foundation of China, PI.
Principal Investigator, The Accessibility of Web-based Resources: A Citation Analysis. 2014-2016, the Program of Humanities and Social Science in Wuhan University, PI.
Principal Investigator, Issues of Web-based Information Cited as Evidence in Humanities and Social Science Research in China, 2012-2014, Postdoctoral Science Foundation of China, PI.
Principal Investigator, A Study on the Model of Judgment and Assessment for the Credibility of Multi-source Information on the Web. 2012-2014, Postdoctoral Science Foundation Special Support of China, PI.
Key Personnel, Expressing and Judging User’s Information Needs in China South Power Grid, 2012-2013, South Power Grid Scientific Research Institute.
Key Personnel, Strategies for Public Sector Information to Value-added Use in China, 2009-2014, National Social Science Foundation of China.
Key Personnel, A Study on the Academic Communication in the Information Age. 2009-2010, Association of Scientific Technology in China.