Credible and energy-aware participant selection with limited task budget for mobile crowd sensing

@article{Wang2016CredibleAE,
  title={Credible and energy-aware participant selection with limited task budget for mobile crowd sensing},
  author={Wendong Wang and Hui Gao and Chi Harold Liu and Kin K. Leung},
  journal={Ad Hoc Networks},
  year={2016},
  volume={43},
  pages={56-70}
}
Abstract Crowd sensing campaigns encourage ordinary people to collect and share sensing data by using their carried smart devices. However, new challenges that must be faced have arisen. One of them is how to allocate tasks to the most appropriate participants when considering their different incentive requirements and credibility, in order to best satisfy the quality-of-information (QoI) requirements of multiple concurrent tasks, with different, and limited budget constraints. Another… CONTINUE READING

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