Improving Quality of Crowdsourced Labels via Probabilistic Matrix Factorization

Jung, Hyun Joon (University of Texas at Austin) | Lease, Matthew (University of Texas at Austin)

AAAI Conferences 

In crowdsourced relevance judging, each crowd workertypically judges only a small number of examples,yielding a sparse and imbalanced set of judgments inwhich relatively few workers influence output consensuslabels, particularly with simple consensus methodslike majority voting. We show how probabilistic matrixfactorization, a standard approach in collaborative filtering,can be used to infer missing worker judgments suchthat all workers influence output labels. Given completeworker judgments inferred by PMF, we evaluate impactin unsupervised and supervised scenarios. In thesupervised case, we consider both weighted voting andworker selection strategies based on worker accuracy.Experiments on a synthetic data set and a real turk dataset with crowd judgments from the 2010 TREC RelevanceFeedback Track show promise of the PMF approachmerits further investigation and analysis.

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