The availability of low-cost processing power plus ubiquitous connectivity have spurred the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the development of large-scale embedded applications that rely on networks of smart nodes. A smart node in an embedded system typically consists of one or more sensors, a microcontroller, and a wired or wireless connection. Examples are found in almost every IoT application: the electrical grid, the home, the doctor’s office, the factory floor, the
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