In this paper, we propose to design an automated service discovery process to allow mobile crowdsourcing task requesters select a small set of devices out of a large-scale Internet-of-things (IoT) network to execute their tasks. To this end, we proceed by dividing the large-scale IoT network into several virtual communities whose members share strong social IoT relations. Two community detection algorithms, namely Louvain and order statistics local method (OSLOM) algorithms, are investigated and applied to a real-world IoT dataset to form non-overlapping and overlapping IoT devices groups. Afterwards, a natural language process (NLP)-based approach is executed to handle crowdsourcing textual requests and accordingly find the list of IoT devices capable of effectively accomplishing the tasks. This is performed by matching the NLP outputs, e.g., type of application, location, required trustworthiness level, with the different detected communities. The proposed approach effectively helps in automating and reducing the service discovery procedure and recruitment process for mobile crowdsourcing applications.
|Title of host publication
|Proceedings - IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems
|Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
|Published - Jan 1 2020