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One of the most important challenges in fully autonomous networks, including Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks and wireless sensor networks, has been the dynamic behavior of peer nodes and sensors. Peers in P2P architectures tend to participate in and depart from ongoing sessions in a highly dynamic fashion, and sensors are widely acknowledged to show strikingly similar dynamics, due to their lack of reliability, or the existence of energy-conserving protocols to periodically put sensors to the standby mode.
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