Crowdsourced User-Testing

Bachelor Thesis Presentation "Leveraging Human Computation for Quality Assurance in Open Source Communities"

Crowdsourced User-Testing Bachelor Thesis Presentation "Leveraging Human Computation for Quality Assurance in Open Source Communities" by Johannah Sprinz at Oberseminar Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, LMU Munich

The presented thesis investigates facilitating software quality assurance in open source communities through a human computation platform. Inexperienced community members can contribute formalized user testing data, which is then aggregated and presented to the developers. The implemented prototype, named open crowdsourced user-testing suite (OPEN-CUTS), was evaluated in a usability study in the UBports Community. The viability of this approach has been demonstrated, and further goals for research and development are proposed.

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  • Johannah Sprinz, 2022. Crowdsourced User-Testing Bachelor Thesis Presentation "Leveraging Human Computation for Quality Assurance in Open Source Communities". Munich: Oberseminar Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, LMU Munich. doi: 10.5446/56345
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