How Much Should I Pay? An Empirical Analysis on Monetary Prize in TopCoder

by   Mostaan Lotfalian Saremi, et al.

It is reported that task monetary prize is one of the most important motivating factors to attract crowd workers. While using expert-based methods to price Crowdsourcing tasks is a common practice, the challenge of validating the associated prices across different tasks is a constant issue. To address this issue, three different classifications of multiple linear regression, logistic regression, and K-nearest neighbor were compared to find the most accurate predicted price, using a dataset from the TopCoder website. The result of comparing chosen algorithms showed that the logistics regression model will provide the highest accuracy of 90 and KNN ranked the second with an accuracy of 64 wouldn't lead to any better prediction accuracy as data components are not correlated.



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