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Transiently Powered Computers (TPCs) are novel devices that are battery-less and operate using only ambient energy. Therefore TPCs are prone to frequent power interruptions, and such the need for developing TPC-centric algorithms is a necessity. We advocate that only through a common experimental environment, accessible to everyone, a proper comparison of(More)
Battery-free computational RFID platforms, such as WISP (Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform), are emerging intermittently powered devices designed for replacing existing battery-powered sensor networks. As their applications become increasingly complex, we anticipate that synchronization (among others) to appear as one of crucial building blocks(More)
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