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The intersection) is also of low complexity, on the order of n. The bounding box algorithm makes two assumptions. Firstly, the communication range is identical for all nodes. Secondly, every node covers a squared area. In practice, the communication range depends on several factors, including the transmission power, antenna gains, receiver sensitivity, and level of noise. The covered area is likely to be an irregular zone rather than a squared area. 5 Self-Positioning and Relative Coordinates A distributed algorithm for the positioning of nodes without using any GPS information is described by Capkan et al.