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Wireless sensor networks are collections of sensors which can communicate with each other or to a central node or base station through wireless links. Potential uses include environment and infrastructure monitoring, healthcare and military applications, to name a few. Often these sensors will have limited energy and computational ability which imposes severe constraints on system design, and signal processing algorithms which can efficiently utilize these resources have attracted great interest. In recent years there has been a considerable literature on estimation and detection schemes designed specifically for use in wireless sensor networks.
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