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    Title: 行動群眾感知與計算的訊息蒐集與散播機制
    Message Collection and Dissemination Approach Using Mobile Crowd Sensing and Computing
    Authors: 鄧皓
    Teng, Hao
    Contributors: 蔡子傑
    Tsai, Tzu-Chieh
    Teng, Hao
    Keywords: 耐延遲網路
    Delay Tolerant Network
    Mobile crowd sensing and computing
    Opportunistic mobile networks
    Personal interests
    Trace data
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-03-04 21:34:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著行動裝置的普及,行動群眾感知與計算MCSC (mobile crowd sensing and computing)是一門新興的技術。強調利用群眾節點獨立的計算能力彼此交換訊息。我們希望能將MCSC的技術利用到DTN網路情境中,並結合霧運算的概念將資料做更進一步的處理。而其中最重要和最大的困難點就是如何設計routing方法並找出最有效的傳輸路徑。
    我們設計一個以機會性行動網路為主體DTN平台,並結合以校園學生歷史紀錄的NCCU trace data,設計以相遇機率為基礎的演算法,上傳節點攜帶的資料到邊緣,再利用餘弦相似性將有興趣組成的特定訊息,傳給對訊息有足夠興趣的使用者。最後我們會針對演算法進行模擬,並和其他傳統DTN路由協議演算法做比較,評估效能的提升與節點浪費的下降。
    Mobile crowd sensing and computing (MCSC) is an emerging technology along with the popularity of mobile devices. We utilize the concept of Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) and fog computing to support the message collection and dissemination for the MCSC. We emphasize the use of the independent computing power of the mobile crowd nodes to exchange messages with each other. The most challenge here is to design an efficient routing method to deliver messages for both “upload” (data collection to edge nodes) and “download” (data dissemination to nodes that interest) paths.
    We assume that the mobile crowd nodes will like to exchange data in a delay tolerant network (DTN) manner based on opportunistic transmission in order to save energy and data transmission cost. We design a probability-based algorithm to upload data which carried by normal mobile nodes to the edge nodes. And then, we use cosine similarity to relay specific message of attributes to users who have high interest to receive the message. We simulate the algorithm with the NCCU real trace data of campus students, and compare it with other traditional DTN routing algorithms. The performance evaluations show the improvement of message delivery ratio and decreasing latency and transmission overhead.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0105753019
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/THE.NCCU.CS.007.2019.B02
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