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Philip Levis, David Gay, Vlado Handziski, Jan-Hinrich Hauer, Ben Greenstein, Martin Turon, Jonathan Hui, Kevin Klues, Cory Sharp, Robert Szewczyk, Joe Polastre, Philip Buonadonna, Lama Nachman, Gilman Tolle, David Culler and Adam Wolisz, "T2: A Second Generation OS For Embedded Sensor Networks," Telecommunication Networks Group (TKN), TU Berlin (TUB), Technical Report, TKN-05-007, November 2005.

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Philip Levis
David Gay
Vlado Handziski
Jan-Hinrich Hauer
Ben Greenstein
Martin Turon
Jonathan Hui
Kevin Klues
Cory Sharp
Robert Szewczyk
Joe Polastre
Philip Buonadonna
Lama Nachman
Gilman Tolle
David Culler
Adam Wolisz

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    author = {Levis, Philip and Gay, David and Handziski, Vlado and Hauer, Jan-Hinrich and Greenstein, Ben and Turon, Martin and Hui, Jonathan and Klues, Kevin and Sharp, Cory and Szewczyk, Robert and Polastre, Joe and Buonadonna, Philip and Nachman, Lama and Tolle, Gilman and Culler, David and Wolisz, Adam},
    title = {{T2: A Second Generation OS For Embedded Sensor Networks}},
    institution = {Telecommunication Networks Group (TKN), TU Berlin (TUB)},
    location = {Berlin, Germany},
    month = {11},
    number = {TKN-05-007},
    type = {Technical Report},
    year = {2005},

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