Efficiency of active learning for the allocation of workers on crowdsourced classification tasks

19 Oct 2016Edoardo ManinoLong Tran-ThanhNicholas R. Jennings

Crowdsourcing has been successfully employed in the past as an effective and cheap way to execute classification tasks and has therefore attracted the attention of the research community. However, we still lack a theoretical understanding of how to collect the labels from the crowd in an optimal way... (read more)

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