Incentivizing crowdsourcing for radio environment mapping with statistical interpolation

@article{Ying2015IncentivizingCF,
  title={Incentivizing crowdsourcing for radio environment mapping with statistical interpolation},
  author={Xuhang Ying and Sumit Roy and Radha Poovendran},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN)},
  year={2015},
  pages={365-374}
}
White Space Networking crucially relies on the active monitoring of spectrum usage (to identify white space opportunities) in both space and time. One way to achieve this is wide-area deployment of spectrum sensors to gather spatio-temporal spectrum data, and use them to construct better Radio Environment Maps (REMs) via suitable statistical interpolation techniques (i.e., Kriging). Cost of such large-scale sensor deployment can be reduced via crowdsourcing, i.e., outsourcing the sensing task… CONTINUE READING

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