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Main Principles of a New Concept of Designing Data Management Systems

By Vadims Žuravļovs

Abstract

Nowadays, one of the leading technologies is Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). RFID is an automatic identification method, which relies on storing and remote data retrieving with the use of such devices as RFID tags. This technology assumes the embedding RFID tags in any device. This approach gives a variety of architectural solutions. In this document some aspects of RFID technology on the example of monitoring and management of traffic are given. Three types of middleware technology, including EPCglobal organization, manufacturing (“Lightweight RFID bus framework” from IBM Company) and non-manufacturing (“DARSIR”) are shown. Are chosen one of them. It is non-manufacturing (“DARSIR”) middleware technology. Main case of “DARSIR” middleware technology is like to achieve universality, flexibility, not necessary to use other sources (such as database) was accepted the decision the information (attributes and rules) save in RFID tag. For maintenance of preservation data and logic in RFID tag is created a new modification of PML, that author calls it RPML (Resource Physical Markup Language). In this middleware technology base perform the task of the monitoring and management of traffic. For the performance of any of the architecture decisions it is necessary that every component of traffic should be build-in RFID tag. The description of several variants of architectural decisions for the implementation of required functionality is presented. For this task the decision depends on three architecture decisions: monitoring of traffic, informing the means of travel and management of traffic

Topics: RFID, XML, Physical Markup Language
Publisher: RTU
OAI identifier: oai:ortus.rtu.lv:4778
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