Characterizing and optimizing rater performance for Internet-based collaborative labeling
|Characterizing and Optimizing Rater Performance for Internet-based Collaborative Labeling|
|Authors:||Joshua A. Stein, Andrew J. Asman, Bennett A. Landman|
|Citation:||Proceedings - Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers 7966 : missing pages. 2011 March|
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Characterizing and optimizing rater performance for Internet-based collaborative labeling was a study on crowdsourced web-based collaborative image labeling.
The system was targeted to label neuroanatomy from neuroimages, but they only used abstract figures. This was to evaluating the input devices.
The WebMill Web Game for Collaborative Labeling was used to collect imaging labels.
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