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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Storing and disseminating coded information instead of the original data can bring significant performance improvements to sensor network protocols. Such methods reduce the risk of having some data replicated at many nodes, whereas other data is very scarce. This is of particular importance for data persistence in sensor networks. While coding is generally beneficial, coding over all available packets can be detrimental to performance, since coded information might not be decodable after adoi:10.1007/978-3-540-77690-1_10 dblp:conf/ewsn/MunarettoWRZ08 fatcat:y2zyumfoofbv7lvd475nors6sa