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Bellavista P., Corradi A., Foschini L., Chessa S., Girolami M. Human dynamics of mobile crowd sensing experimental datasets. Technical report, 2017.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
Some recent research projects, inspired by the widespread availability of sensor-provided smartphones, have built harvesting experiments to collect large quantities of data in urban areas. These efforts produced new real-world datasets, typically focusing on different technological aspects (GPS and Bluetooth mobility traces or WiFi indicators) and, more recently, also on user-related data, from low-level accelerometer samples to higher-level social networking data. At the same time, Mobile Crowd Sensing (MCS) blossomed with a few very recent project, with the goal to efficiently coordinate user participation, both to collect sensor data and to allow active collaboration in participatory tasks. This paper aims to shed some light and to propose new research directions on the MCS by employing the notable results already obtained in the Mobile Social Network area to the study of human dynamics. The reported results, comparing three MCS datasets available in the literature, lead to an in-depth discussion of some lessons we learned about socio- technical management aspects of MCS. The results we present are valuable for the MCS community to design new MCS campaigns and to refine the whole MCS process to the purpose of better efficiency and scalability.
Subject Social Networks
Mobile Crowd Sensing
MCS datasets
C.2 COMPUTER-COMMUNICATION NETWORKS


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