Crowdsourcing with Smartphones

  title={Crowdsourcing with Smartphones},
  author={Georgios Chatzimilioudis and Andreas Konstantinidis and Christos Laoudias and Demetrios Zeinalipour-Yazti},
  journal={IEEE Internet Computing},
Smartphones can reveal crowdsourcing's full potential and let users transparently contribute to complex and novel problem solving. This emerging area is illustrated through a taxonomy that classifies the mobile crowdsourcing field and through three new applications that optimize location-based search and similarity services based on crowd-generated data. Such applications can be deployed on SmartLab, a cloud of more than 40 Android devices deployed at the University of Cyprus that provides an… CONTINUE READING
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