Gijs Kruitbosch

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One essential reason for people to publish on the web is to express themselves freely. YouTube facilitates this self-expression by allowing users to upload video content they generated. This paper investigates to what extent the videos on YouTube are self-generated content, instead of amalgamated content that was mainly professionally authored in the first(More)
In distributed approaches to multiagent resource allocation, the agents belonging to a society negotiate deals in small groups at a local level, driven only by their own rational interests. We can then observe and study the effects such negotiation has at the societal level, for instance in terms of the economic efficiency of the emerging allocations. Such(More)
In several subject areas within computer science, such as usability research and alternative input devices, eye gaze tracking plays an important role. While there are several existing approaches (eg. [17, 16, 15]), most of them are either invasive by requiring the attachment of sensors, cameras or controllers to the user’s head, or are prohibitively(More)
Distributed multiagent resource allocation is a field with many interesting and unexplored areas. To explore these systematically and to support theoretical findings there is a need for experimental results. In this report a simulation platform is proposed which hopes to meet these demands. In the framework presented, a user can easily generate a scenario(More)
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