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Routing protocols for sensor networks are often designed with explicit assumptions, serving to simplify design and reduce the necessary energy, processing and communications requirements. Different protocols make different assumptions -and this paper considers those made by the designers of RPL -an IPv6 routing protocol for such networks, developed within the IETF. Specific attention is given to the predominance of bi-directional traffic flows in a large class of sensor networks, and this paperdoi:10.1145/2069063.2069076 dblp:conf/pe-wasun/HerbergC11 fatcat:ftqy5wm4y5drrj23mxxrwzczwe