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An important characteristic for wireless sensor networks is that many performance measures (e.g., lifetime, capacity) are highly dependent upon the topology of the actual physical network. For instance, the energy expenditure to transmit data from one node to another node not only depends on the data bit rate, but also on the physical distance between the two nodes. Consequently, it is important to understand the impact of location related issues on network performance and take possible steps to optimize performance starting from network deployment stage.
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