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Wireless sensor networks are usually designed to avoid interaction with other networks. To share information, they are usually connected via a backbone network (e.g. the Internet) using gateways. The realization of visions for pervasive computing depends upon effective interconnection between individual networks. As the number of deployed sensor networks increases, the chance of any network having multiple neighbors also increases. In this paper, we argue that a paradigm shift towardsdoi:10.1109/icccn.2013.6614166 dblp:conf/icccn/JiangMH13 fatcat:tsgtfc3ikvddvbqasumttemylq