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Visual sensor coverage in visual sensor networks is significantly different from traditional sensor coverage in wireless sensor networks, because a camera sensor might fail to detect objects within the sensing range due to cameraâs viewing angle or occlusion. This makes the capturing, processing, and transmission of visual information in visual sensor networks even more challenging than in wireless sensor networks. Meeting these challenges in visual sensor networks requires interdisciplinary and cross-layered approaches, including visual quality aware image/video processing, signal quality aware communications, and power aware networking. This raises new interesting and challenging research issues and opportunities in visual sensor networks.
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