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Thousands of On-Line Observers is Just the Beginning

Moroney, Nathan
HP Laboratories


Keyword(s): visual experiments, web-based tools, distributed tasks, on-line experiments

Abstract: Web-based or on-line experiments are still a relatively new research topic. Laboratory or highly controlled experiments are, for many reasons, the preferred methodology for visual experiments. However recent experiments suggest that on-line experiments have some unique properties and advantages that may in some cases outweigh or offset their disadvantages. This paper will consider on-line experiments from both a general and a narrow perspective. Specifically a range of specific experiments, and on-line tools, will be considered from a broad vantage and possible themes or considerations for these experiments will be considered.

8 Pages

Additional Publication Information: To be presented at the Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XIV Conference, San Jose, CA and to be published in SPIE Proceedings Volume 7240.

External Posting Date: March 21, 2009 [Fulltext]. Approved for External Publication
Internal Posting Date: March 21, 2009 [Fulltext]

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