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December 02, 2006


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Elizeu Santos-Neto

This is really a very interesting topic.

I've read a book a year ago about how powerful crowds can be in terms of problem solving. The author try to enlist some properties that a crowd should have to be good for certain class of problems (eg. value estimation).

"The Wisdom of Crowds" by James Surowiecki


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