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User-driven sampling strategies in image exploitation

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User-driven sampling strategies in image exploitation
Visual analytics and interactive machine learning both try to leverage the complementary strengths of humans and machines to solve complex data exploitation tasks. These fields overlap most significantly when training is involved: the visualization or machine learning tool improves over time by exploiting observations of the human-computer interaction. This paper focuses on one aspect of the human-computer interaction that we call user-driven sampling strategies. Unlike relevance feedback and active learning sampling strategies, where the computer selects which data to label at each iteration, we investigate situations where the user selects which data is to be labeled at each iteration. User-driven sampling strategies can emerge in many visual analytics applications but they have not been fully developed in machine learning. User-driven sampling strategies suggest new theoretical and practical research questions for both visualization science and machine learning. In this paper we id...
Neal R. Harvey, Reid B. Porter
Added 06 Apr 2016
Updated 06 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where IVS
Authors Neal R. Harvey, Reid B. Porter
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