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Recent advances in wireless communications technology and low-power, low-cost CMOS imaging sensors enable a new sensing modality employing ubiquitous distributed video sensing. In many video sensing applications multimedia streams are often required by the base station to provide detailed information of the target spot in the sensor field. Such applications demand a strict throughput requirement for each data stream and expect the underline routing scheme to yield throughput-aware data paths for video data delivery. As a result, data path throughput estimation becomes increasingly important for successful video delivery algorithm designs.
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