NESL Technical Report #: 2008-10-3
Abstract: Because participatory sensing – targeted campaigns where people harness mobile phones as tools for data collection – involves large and distributed groups of people, participatory sensing systems benefit from tools to measure and evaluate the contributions of individual participants. This paper develops a set of metrics to help participatory sensing organizers determine individual participants’ fit with any given sensing project, and describes experiments evaluating the resulting reputation system.
Publication Forum: International Workshop on Urban, Community, and Social Applications of Networked Sensing Systems (UrbanSense) at Sensys
Page (Count): 5
Public Document?: Yes
NESL Document?: Yes
Document category: Conference Paper