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Multi-Objective Crowd Worker Selection in Crowdsourced Testing
Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering
Crowdsourced testing is an emerging trend in software testing, which relies on crowd workers to accomplish test tasks. Typically, a crowdsourced testing task aims to detect as many bugs as possible within a limited budget. For a specific test task, not all crowd workers are qualified to perform it, and different test tasks require crowd workers to have different experiences, domain knowledge, etc. Inappropriate workers may miss true bugs, introduce false bugs, or report duplicated bugs, whichdoi:10.18293/seke2017-102 dblp:conf/seke/CuiWWHWL17 fatcat:y63edoi6brhy5bo3tnlmxnd4bq