Semi-automated assessment of annotation trustworthiness

@article{Ceolin2013SemiautomatedAO,
  title={Semi-automated assessment of annotation trustworthiness},
  author={Davide Ceolin and Archana Nottamkandath and Wan Fokkink},
  journal={2013 Eleventh Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust},
  year={2013},
  pages={325-332}
}
Cultural heritage institutions and multimedia archives often delegate the task of annotating their collections of artifacts to Web users. The use of crowdsourced annotations from the Web gives rise to trust issues. We propose an algorithm that, by making use of a combination of subjective logic, semantic relatedness measures and clustering, automates the process of evaluation for annotations represented by means of the Open Annotation ontology. The algorithm is evaluated over two different… CONTINUE READING
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