A preliminary investigation of user incentives to leverage crowdsensing activities

Abstract : With the continuous emergence of smart portable devices, like TabletPC or smartphones, crowdsensing is becoming an active research topic. While exploiting the wisdom of the crowd provides huge benefits to pervasive applications, one of the key challenges remains to motivate people to contribute to flow of data by sharing some of the capabilities of their device. In this paper, we therefore report on the APISENSE platform, a participative platform that help scientists to collect realistic datasets from a population of voluntary participants. More specifically, we provide a preliminary investigation of how user incentives can be integrated in such a platform to encourage people to contribute while leaving enough flexibility to the scientist for choosing the model that fits their requirements.
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Nicolas Haderer, Romain Rouvoy, Lionel Seinturier. A preliminary investigation of user incentives to leverage crowdsensing activities. 2nd International IEEE PerCom Workshop on Hot Topics in Pervasive Computing (PerHot), Mar 2013, San Diego, United States. pp.199-204. ⟨hal-00783873⟩

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