Èlektron. model. 2017, 39(2):03-14
Operators of the largest social media state the problem of experts’ qualification validation. The suggested approach is based on the classification calculus theory allowing minimizing subjectivity during self-evaluation and mutual evaluation of skills and is focused on nominal qualification value and endorsement validation structure. The aggregation of nominal qualification value and endorsement validation structure permits the application of variability theory for the purpose of pragmatic expert recruitment.
classification, expert, qualification, endorsement, subjectivity, objectivity, actualization, assessment.
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