Cell Selection with Deep Reinforcement Learning in Sparse Mobile Crowdsensing

19 Apr 2018Leye WangWenbin LiuDaqing ZhangYasha WangEn WangYongjian Yang

Sparse Mobile CrowdSensing (MCS) is a novel MCS paradigm where data inference is incorporated into the MCS process for reducing sensing costs while its quality is guaranteed. Since the sensed data from different cells (sub-areas) of the target sensing area will probably lead to diverse levels of inference data quality, cell selection (i.e., choose which cells of the target area to collect sensed data from participants) is a critical issue that will impact the total amount of data that requires to be collected (i.e., data collection costs) for ensuring a certain level of quality... (read more)

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