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Speaking Outside the Box: Exploring the Benefits of Unconstrained Input in Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science Platforms

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-433936
Chamberlain, Jon ; Kruschwitz, Udo ; Poesio, Massimo Fiumara, James , eds.
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Abstract

Crowdsourcing approaches provide a difficult design challenge for developers. There is a trade-off between the efficiency of the task to be done and the reward given to the user for participating, whether it be altruism, social enhancement, entertainment or money. This paper explores how crowdsourcing and citizen science systems collect data and complete tasks, illustrated by a case study from ...

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