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In recent years, wireless sensor and actor networks (WSANs) have been extensively deployed to monitor physical environment and facilitate decision making based on data collected. Emerging applications such as road surveillance highlight some interesting research issues in WSANs, including coordination problems in sensor-actor or actor-actor communications. In this paper, the issue of choosing a set of working actors for coordinating data transmission in a road sensor and actor network withdoi:10.1109/tvt.2010.2094631 fatcat:nisbjek7bzagdio7fqa3t6mmba