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Exploiting the spatiotemporal redundancy in broadband networks ] T he vision of miniaturized computers, decked with tiny batteries, sensors, and radios, organizing themselves tetherlessly to efficiently and reliably perform complex tasks, considered unimaginable a few years ago, is no longer just a vision. It is rapidly evolving into the reality of sensor networks. Today, we are asking these networks to help us in innumerable ways. These range from detecting chemical leaks to tracking childrendoi:10.1109/msp.2006.1657820 fatcat:yqryib4m5rgbtoscx3ef7i5tte