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The networks considered consist of tiny energy constrained commodity sensors massively deployed in an area of interest. In a wireless sensor network, energy conservation is the primary design goal. The most efficient way to save energy is keeping sensor nodes turned off as long as possible. These sleeping-or-awaking nodes need the capabilities of self-organization and re-organization to adapt to dynamic environment and network settings. The paper describes an energy efficient self-organization protocol designed for a wireless sensor network.