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Communications, Lancaster University, UK Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks (WSANs) will increasingly require support for managed software evolution: i.e., systematic, ongoing, efficient and non-disruptive means of updating the software running on the nodes of a WSAN. While aspects of this requirement have been examined in the literature, the big picture remains largely untouched, resulting in the generally static WSAN deployments we see today. In this paper we propose a comprehensivedoi:10.1145/2489253.2489271 fatcat:75woes72kreyxarqpjnrcmlwne