Handbook of Human Computation - 2013

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Mendeley readership by country

This book has 253 Mendeley readers (combined total for all chapters).
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Country %
Germany 21 8%
United States 20 8%
United Kingdom 14 6%
Brazil 13 5%
Japan 9 4%
Austria 9 4%
Russian Federation 9 4%
Netherlands 6 2%
Switzerland 3 1%
New Zealand 3 1%
Other 26 10%
Unknown 120 47%

Mendeley readership by discipline

Discipline %
Computer Science 94 37%
Psychology 23 9%
Environmental Science 23 9%
Social Sciences 22 9%
Business, Management and Accounting 21 8%
Other 70 28%

Mendeley readership by professional status

Professional status %
Student > Ph. D. Student 77 30%
Researcher 37 15%
Student > Master 34 13%
Student > Bachelor 32 13%
Student > Postgraduate 14 6%
Other 59 23%

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Reviews

  • "This 1,000-plus page volume attempts to categorize the various aspects of ‘human computation’ and its evolution. … Each chapter ends with a conclusion or summary and a well-constructed collection of references. The 20-page index reflects a concern for referencing material between chapters and should serve the reader well. Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students, researchers/faculty, and professionals/practitioners."

    J. Beidler, Choice, Vol. 51 (11), August, 2014