This book emphasizes the increasingly important role that Computational Intelligence (CI) methods are playing in solving a
myriad of entangled Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) related problems. The book serves as a guide for surveying several state-of-the-art
WSN scenarios in which CI approaches have been employed. The reader finds in this book how CI has contributed to solve a wide
range of challenging problems, ranging from balancing the cost and accuracy of heterogeneous sensor deployments to recovering
from real-time sensor failures to detecting attacks launched by malicious sensor nodes and enacting CI-based security schemes.
Network managers, industry experts, academicians and practitioners alike (mostly in computer engineering, computer science
or applied mathematics) benefit from th e spectrum of successful applications reported in this book. Senior undergraduate
or graduate students may discover in this book some problems well suited for their own research endeavors.