Fair Task Allocation in Crowdsourced Delivery

@article{Basik2018FairTA,
  title={Fair Task Allocation in Crowdsourced Delivery},
  author={Fuat Basik and Bugra Gedik and Hakan Ferhatosmanoglu and Kun-Lung Wu},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1807.02987}
}
Faster and more cost-efficient, crowdsourced delivery is needed to meet the growing customer demands of many industries, including online shopping, on-demand local delivery, and on-demand transportation. The power of crowdsourced delivery stems from the large number of workers potentially available to provide services and reduce costs. It has been shown in social psychology literature that fairness is key to ensuring high worker participation. However, existing assignment solutions fall short… CONTINUE READING
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