Helping Campaign Initiators Create Mobile Crowd Sensing Apps:A Supporting Framework

Wang, Jiangtao and Wang, Yasha and Zhao, Junfeng (2015) Helping Campaign Initiators Create Mobile Crowd Sensing Apps:A Supporting Framework. In: 2015 IEEE 39th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference. IEEE, pp. 545-552. ISBN 9781467365642

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Mobile Crowd Sensing (MCS) refers to the sensing paradigm in which mobile users with sensing and computing devices are tasked to collect and contribute data in order to enable various applications. The initiators of mobile crowd sensing campaigns are suitable to be ones for creating MCS applications (MCSA). However, the relatively high requirements in software development skills become the barrier for initiators to create MCSA. In this paper, we propose a supporting framework for the initiators who lack of software development skills to build MCSA in a quick and simple way. It enables initiators to build MCSA by just doing some simple settings, which totally eliminates the requirement of programming skills. Finally, we evaluate the effectiveness of the framework as far as the functionality and efficiency are concerned.

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