A Trust-Based Recruitment Framework for Multi-hop Social Participatory Sensing

  title={A Trust-Based Recruitment Framework for Multi-hop Social Participatory Sensing},
  author={Haleh Amintoosi and Salil S. Kanhere},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems},
The idea of social participatory sensing provides a substrate to benefit from friendship relations in recruiting a critical mass of participants willing to attend in a sensing campaign. However, the selection of suitable participants who are trustable and provide high quality contributions is challenging. In this paper, we propose a recruitment framework for social participatory sensing. Our framework leverages multi-hop friendship relations to identify and select suitable and trustworthy… CONTINUE READING
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