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This chapter has presented an analytical model for modeling and understanding the effect of selfishness, in order to encourage the individuals to participant the cooperation of crowd sensing in mobile social networks. The proposed analytical model has considered two new types of selfishness: weak selfishness and extreme selfishness. The simulations based on the real trace have shown the effects of weak selfishness and extreme selfishness.

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