organized by Vlad Hosu and Franz Götz-Hahn (University of Konstanz)
Event date:  December 3, 2018 9:00 AM  to December 4, 2018 6:00 PM

We invite you to the following workshop as part of the SFB/Transregio 161 at the University of Konstanz:

Crowdsourcing Visual Quality

from December 03 - 04, 2018 organized by Vlad Hosu and Franz Götz-Hahn (University of Konstanz).

Room to be announced.

Please let us know latest until Tuesday, November 18th, 2018 by email whether you wish to attend.


Description:
This extension to last year’s in-depth crash-course on crowdsourcing is aimed at both teaching doctoral students new to the topic of crowdsourcing to efficiently conduct crowdsourcing studies as part of their doctoral thesis work and conveying new insights on crowdsourcing to those doctoral students who already participated last year. The seminar will cover the whole process of performing an experiment and introduce all the analysis and auxiliary tools we have successfully applied. Starting with an introduction to the topic, participants will be shortly introduced to the basic experimental procedure. Subsequently, students will get to design a small scale crowdsourcing study by themselves or extend a previous study to incorporate some of the information learnt. In the process, they will be guided around the pitfalls of experiment design, as well as given a spectrum of handy tools that simplify the process. Particular attention will be focused on crowdsourcing subjective quality attributes and annotations, such as qualities of non-photorealistic renderings and visualizations, or annotating artifacts in such renderings. Additionally, participants will experience crowdsourcing from the crowd worker’s position, to better understand the crowd. One invited speaker will share their insight into the dynamics of crowdsourcing and experimental procedures. Finally, the results of an example crowd-study will be analyzed, and any remaining questions will be resolved in an open discussion.


Invited Speaker:
Matthias Hirth – Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany
1. Crowdsourcing in an enterprise setting
2. Best practices for quality of experience
3. Mobile crowdsensing

 

Event location:  University of Konstanz
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