International Journal of Crowd Science: Volume 1 Issue 1 , Open Access

This journal is now published by Tsinghua University Press


Table of contents

Crowd science and engineering: concept and research framework

Yueting Chai, Chunyan Miao, Baowen Sun, Yongqing Zheng, Qingzhong Li

The synthetic application and interaction of/between the internet, Internet of Things, cloud computing, big data, Industry 4.0 and other new patterns and new technologies shall…


A cyber-anima-based model of material conscious information network

Jianping Shen, Yadong Huang, Yueting Chai

This paper aims to study the node modeling, multi-agent architecture and addressing method for the material conscious information network (MCIN), which is a large-scaled…


Experimental results on large-scale cyber-physical hybrid discussion support

Takayuki Ito, Takanobu Otsuka, Satoshi Kawase, Akihisa Sengoku, Shun Shiramatsu, Takanori Ito, Eizo Hideshima, Tokuro Matsuo, Tetsuya Oishi, Rieko Fujita, Naoki Fukuta, Katsuhide Fujita

This paper aims to present a preliminary experimental result on a large-scale experiment on a cyber-physical hybrid discussion support environment in a panel discussion session in…


Crowd wisdom drives intelligent manufacturing

Jiaqi Lu, Shijun Liu, Lizhen Cui, Li Pan, Lei Wu

A fundamental problem for intelligent manufacturing is to equip the agents with the ability to automatically make judgments and decisions. This paper aims to introduce the basic…


Application of keyword extraction on MOOC resources

Zhuoxuan Jiang, Chunyan Miao, Xiaoming Li

Recent years have witnessed the rapid development of massive open online courses (MOOCs). With more and more courses being produced by instructors and being participated by…


Motivation mechanism of gamification in crowdsourcing projects

Zhiyuan Zeng, Jian Tang, Tianmei Wang

The purpose of this paper is to study the participation behaviors in the context of crowdsourcing projects from the perspective of gamification.


Computerizing Trail Making Test for long-term cognitive self-assessment

Zhiwei Zeng, Chunyan Miao, Cyril Leung, Zhiqi Shen

This paper aims to adapt and computerize the Trail Making Test (TMT) to support long-term self-assessment of cognitive abilities.




Online date, start – end:

2017 – 2021

Journal’s owner:

SciOpen(opens new window)


  • Yueting Chai
  • Chunyan Miao
  • Cyril Leung