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A Priced Public Sensing Framework for Heterogeneous IoT Architectures

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Architectural model of IoT public sensing.

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Network model components.

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Illustration of two data collection scenarios (a) SDC (b) MDC.

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Plots for (a) Delay (b) Quality and (c) Trust utility parameters.

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Variation of utility function.

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Utility vs. Delay for different data types.

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Utility vs. Quality for different data types.

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Average packet delivery vs. LN count (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs).

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Average packet delivery vs. DC count (100 GWs, 4500 LNs).

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Average packet delivery vs. pause (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs, 4500 LNs).

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Average delay vs. sensing field radius (R) (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs, 4500 LNs).

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Average network delay vs. DC count (100 GWs, 4500 LNs).

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Average network delay vs. pause time (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs, 4500 LNs).

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Average network lifetime vs. M (pkt/round) (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs, 4500 LNs).

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Average network lifetime vs. DC count (100 GWs, 4500 LNs).

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Average network lifetime vs. pause time (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs, 4500 LNs).

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Average delay vs. Price increment percentage (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs, 4500 LNs).

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Average network lifetime vs. Price increment (100 GWs, 5–30 DCs, 4500 LNs).