Toward Complexity Measures for Systems Involving Human Computation.

Chang, Remco.

Crouser, R. Jordan.

Hescott, Benjamin J.

2014.

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  • This paper introduces the Human Oracle Model as a method for characterizing and quantifying the use of human processing power as part of an algorithmic process. The utility of this model is demonstrated through a comparative algorithmic analysis of several well-known human computation systems, as well as the definition of a preliminary characterization of the space of human computation under this ... read more
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  • Crouser, R. Jodan, Benjamin Hescott, and Remco Chang. "Toward Complexity Measures for Systems Involving Human Computation." Human Computation 1, no. 1 (2014): 45-65. http://dx.doi.org/10.15346/hc.v1i1.25.
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