Robert-Jan Sips

According to our database1, Robert-Jan Sips authored at least 12 papers between 2006 and 2019.

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  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2019
Evaluating Neural Text Simplification in the Medical Domain.
Proceedings of the World Wide Web Conference, 2019

2017
Nudge your Workforce: A Study on the Effectiveness of Task Notification Strategies in Enterprise Mobile Crowdsourcing.
Proceedings of the 25th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization, 2017

2016
Work and Play: An Experiment in Enterprise Gamification.
Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, 2016

Online social network evolution: Revisiting the Twitter graph.
Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Conference on Big Data, 2016

2015
The Inclusive Enterprise: Vision and Roadmap.
Proceedings of the Engineering the Web in the Big Data Era - 15th International Conference, 2015

2014
A study of the online profile of enterprise users in professional social networks.
Proceedings of the 23rd International World Wide Web Conference, 2014

CrowdTruth: Machine-Human Computation Framework for Harnessing Disagreement in Gathering Annotated Data.
Proceedings of the Semantic Web - ISWC 2014, 2014

Utilizing Data Mining for Predictive Modeling of Colorectal Cancer Using Electronic Medical Records.
Proceedings of the Brain Informatics and Health - International Conference, 2014

2013
A case for evidence-based levee management using sensor technology.
IBM Journal of Research and Development, 2013

Domain-Independent Quality Measures for Crowd Truth Disagreement.
Proceedings of the third Workshop on Detection, 2013

"Dr. Detective": combining gamification techniques and crowdsourcing to create a gold standard in medical text.
Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Crowdsourcing the Semantic Web, 2013

2006
Enabling protocol-based medical critiquing.
Proceedings of the Ubiquity: Technologies for Better Health in Aging Societies, 2006


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