Crowdsourcing to smartphones: incentive mechanism design for mobile phone sensing

  title={Crowdsourcing to smartphones: incentive mechanism design for mobile phone sensing},
  author={Dejun Yang and Guoliang Xue and Xi Fang and Jian Tang},
Mobile phone sensing is a new paradigm which takes advantage of the pervasive smartphones to collect and analyze data beyond the scale of what was previously possible. In a mobile phone sensing system, the platform recruits smartphone users to provide sensing service. Existing mobile phone sensing applications and systems lack good incentive mechanisms that can attract more user participation. To address this issue, we design incentive mechanisms for mobile phone sensing. We consider two system… CONTINUE READING
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