We are proud to announce that 7 papers have been accepted for (oral or poster) Presentation at CrowdMM. Here are titles and Authors:
- Eye tracker in the wild: Studying the delta between what is said and measured in a crowdsourcing experiment
Pierre Lebreton (Technische Universität Berlin ); Isabelle Hupont (UPMC – Sorbonne Universities); Toni Mäki (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland); Evangelos Skodras (University of Patras); Matthias Hirth (University of Wuerzburg)
- Bridging the Utilitarian-Hedonic Divide in Crowdsourcing Applications
Mark Melenhorst (Delft University of Technology); Jasminko Novak (European Institute for Participatory Media); Isabel Micheel (European Institute for Participatory Media); Martha Larson (Delft University of Technology); Martin Boeckle (European Institute for Participatory Media)
- Do Scale-Design and Training Matter for Video QoE Assessments through Crowdsourcing?
Bruno Gardlo (The Telecommunications Research Center Vienna); Sebastian Egger (AIT); Tobias Hossfeld (University Essen-Duisburg
- Generation of a video summary on a news topic based on SNS responses to news stories
Kosuke Kato (Nagoya University); Ichiro Ide (Nagoya University); Daisuke Deguchi (Nagoya University); Hiroshi Murase (Nagoya University)
- Why Design Matters – Crowdsourcing of Complex Tasks
Baar Winther (Simula); Lilian Calvet (Simula); Carsten Griwodz (Simula); Pål Halvorsen (Simula); Michael Riegler (Simula Research Laboratory)
- When the crowd challenges the lab: lessons learnt from subjective studies on image aesthetic appeal
Judith Redi (Delft University of Technology); Ernestasia Siahaan (Delft University of Technology); Pavel Korshunov (EPFL); Julian Habigt (Technical University Munich); Tobias Hossfeld (University Essen-Duisburg)
- Impact of tone-mapping algorithms on subjective and objective face recognition in HDR images
Pavel Korshunov (EPFL); Marco Bernardo (UBI); Touradj Ebrahimi (EPFL); Antonio Pinheiro (UBI)
More detail on the program will be published soon!