Human computation

François Bry 1 , Clemens Schefels 2  and Christoph Wieser 2
  • 1 Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Oettingerstr. 67, Munich, Germany
  • 2 IT4IPM/GEMA, Rosenheimer Str. 11, München, Germany
François Bry
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  • Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Fakultät für Mathematik, Informatik & Statistik, Oettingerstr. 67, 80538, Munich, Germany
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  • Prof. Dr. Francois Bry, born 1956, works since 1994 as professor with the Institute for Informatics of Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. His current interests include declarative programming, human computation, computing in finances and economics, technology enhanced learning, and ethics of computing. Before joining the University of Munich, he worked from 1985 to 1993 on deductive databases, logic programming, and automated reasoning at ECRC (European Computer-Industry Research Centre), Munich, from 1982 to 1983 on statistic databases at the research center IRT (now INRETS) in Paris, France, and he contributed from 1979 to 1981 to the development of a text processing system at Transac-Alcatel (now Alcatel) in Paris, France. He received a doctoral degree in mathematics in 1981 from the University Paris 6 Pierre et Marie Curie, France.
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, Clemens Schefels
  • IT4IPM/GEMA, (IT for Intellectual Property Management / Gesellschaft für musikalische Aufführungs- und mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte), Rosenheimer Str. 11, 81667, München, Germany
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  • Dr. Clemens Schefels, born in 1977, is Enterprise Application Integration Developer at IT4IPM/GEMA (IT for Intellectual Property Management / Gesellschaft für musikalische Aufführungs- und mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte), a German collecting society and performance rights organization based in Germany. Before joining GEMA, he worked as research assistant with the Institute for Informatics of Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. In July 2013, he received a doctoral degree in computer science with his thesis “Analyzing User Feedback of On-Line Communities”.
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and Christoph Wieser
  • IT4IPM/GEMA, (IT for Intellectual Property Management / Gesellschaft für musikalische Aufführungs- und mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte), Rosenheimer Str. 11, 81667, München, Germany
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  • Dr. Christoph Wieser, born 1979, is Enterprise Architect at IT4IPM/GEMA (IT for Intellectual Property Management / Gesellschaft für musikalische Aufführungs- und mechanische Vervielfältigungsrechte), a German collecting society and performance rights organization based in Germany. Before joining GEMA, he worked as architect in the global solution enablement team of TIBCO for telephone service providers. Christoph Wieser holds a doctorate in computer science from the University of Munich, where he studied Informatics and Statistics.
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