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2012 IEEE 13th International Conference on Mobile Data Management (2012)
Bengaluru, India India
July 23, 2012 to July 26, 2012
ISBN: 978-1-4673-1796-2
pp: 115-124
In this paper, we propose and develop a platform to support data collection for mobile crowdsensing from mobile device sensors that is under-pinned by real-time mobile data stream mining. We experimentally show that mobile data mining provides an efficient and scalable approach for data collection for mobile crowdsensing. Our approach results in reducing the amount of data sent, as well as the energy usage on the mobile phone, while providing comparable levels of accuracy to traditional models of intermittent/continuous sensing and sending. We have implemented our Context-Aware Real-time Open Mobile Miner (CAROMM) to facilitate data collection from mobile users for crowdsensing applications. CAROMM also collects and correlates this real-time sensory information with social media data from both Twitter and Facebook. CAROMM supports delivering real-time information to mobile users for queries that pertain to specific locations of interest. We have evaluated our framework by collecting real-time data over a period of days from mobile users and experimentally demonstrated that mobile data mining is an effective and efficient strategy for mobile crowdsensing.
Mobile communication, Sensors, Mobile handsets, Data mining, Real-time systems, Data models

S. Loke, A. Zaslavsky, S. Krishnaswamy, P. P. Jayaraman, W. Sherchan and A. Sinha, "Using On-the-Move Mining for Mobile Crowdsensing," 2012 IEEE 13th International Conference on Mobile Data Management(MDM), Bengaluru, India India, 2012, pp. 115-124.
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