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From tiny robo-spies designed to prowl unseen through hostile territory to wireless networks of chemical sniffers that can monitor pollution in the wilderness, ultra-high-tech sensors have begun to link the cyber-world of bits and bytes with the analog world in which we live. In the process, these devices are transforming the way we understand and manage our world.
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