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Sensor placement of a wireless sensor network has a significant impact on the network performance, such as sensing coverage, communication costs and connectivity. Depending on the application domains, the deployment method of sensor networks may vary. In autonomous sensor networks, the deployment is typically realized via cooperative movement among the(More)
Since wireless sensor networks are usually used for long-term monitoring in harsh environments, sensor nodes are vulnerable to faults. Function fault can lead to immediate node breakdown, while data fault makes the node generate erroneous sensor data. Faulty data results in incorrect estimation of the environment and causes unnecessary consumption of the(More)
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