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AbstractWireless sensor networks are an important technology for making distributed autonomous measures in hostile or inaccessible environments. Among the challenges they pose, the way data travel among them is a relevant issue since their structure is quite dynamic. The operational topology of such devices can often be described by complex networks. In this work, we assess the variation of measures commonly employed in the complex networks literature applied to wireless sensor networks. Fourdoi:10.2478/s11534-013-0293-2 fatcat:zpygyib2kzfyzdoak7rhqbm66i