CrowdTasker : maximizing coverage quality in Piggyback Crowdsensing under budget constraint

Abstract : This paper proposes a novel task allocation framework, CrowdTasker, for mobile crowdsensing. CrowdTasker operates on top of energy-efficient Piggyback Crowdsensing (PCS) task model, and aims to maximize the coverage quality of the sensing task while satisfying the incentive budget constraint. In order to achieve this goal, CrowdTasker first predicts the call and mobility of mobile users based on their historical records. With a flexible incentive model and the prediction results, CrowdTasker then selects a set of users in each sensing cycle for PCS task participation, so that the resulting solution achieves near-maximal coverage quality without exceeding incentive budget. We evaluated CrowdTasker extensively using a large-scale real-world dataset and the results show that CrowdTasker significantly outperformed three baseline approaches by achieving 3%-60% higher coverage quality
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Haoyi Xiong, Daqing Zhang, Guanling Chen, Leye Wang, Vincent Gauthier. CrowdTasker : maximizing coverage quality in Piggyback Crowdsensing under budget constraint. PERCOM 2015 : International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, Mar 2015, Saint Louis, United States. pp.55 - 62, ⟨10.1109/PERCOM.2015.7146509⟩. ⟨hal-01464645⟩

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