Sensor Data Management In Sensor Networks. Towards Sensor Database Systems [Bonnet+ 2001]. I. Introduction This paper defines a model for sensor databases
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In Sensor Networks
Figure 1: Server-based (a) vs. In-network (b) aggregation. In (a), each node is
labelled with the number of messages required to get data to the host PC: a
total of 16 messages are required. In (b), only one message is sent along
each edge as aggregation is performed by the sensors themselves
Figure 2: Pipelined computation of aggregates
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