developed discipline for centralized systems, and distributed coordination is widely applied outside of embedded applications (for instance, in Internet applications and protocols), but there is much work to be done in the area of distributed adaptive coordination to support embedded applications. Promising directions include techniques for exploiting system redundancies and localized processing and collaborative signal-processing techniques. Such techniques are particularly critical for unattended, resource-constrained systems.

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