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Wireless sensor networks have many potential and useful applications that have already been implemented and those yet to emerge as newer technologies are made available. The people can be used in environmental and wildlife habitat monitoring, in tracking targets for defense applications, in aged healthcare and many other areas of human life. They usually involve large numbers of sensor nodes that are distributed geographically to collect some data of interest. The sensor nodes send their data to some central processing unit such as a fusion centre where the data are combined to obtain an estimate of the physical phenomenon observed.
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