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Chapter 11 A SURVEY OF RFID DATA PROCESSING

By Charu C. Aggarwal and Jiawei Han

Abstract

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a new technology which allows a sensor (reader) to read, from a distance, and without line of sight, a unique product identification code (EPC) associated with a tag. Such tags are very useful in inventory management and logistics, because they can be used in order to track the movement and locations of large volumes of items in a cost effective way. This leads to massive streams of noisy data, which can be used in the context of a variety of data management and event processing algorithms. The use of RFID also has a number of privacy challenges associated with it, because a tag on an item being carried by a person, also becomes a unique location tag for that person. Therefore, methods need to to be designed to increase the privacy and security of RFID technology. This chapter will provide a broad overview and survey of a variety of RFID data management, mining and processing techniques. We will also discuss the privacy and security issues associated with the use of RFID technology.

Topics: RFID Data, RFID Mining C.C. Aggarwal (ed, Managing and Mining Sensor Data, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-6309-2_11, 349 © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013350 MANAGING AND MINING SENSOR DATA
Publisher: 2013-09-21
Year: 2013
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