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CONCURRENCY CONTROL TECHNIQUE IN RFID IMPLEMENTATION

Ajaegbu C, S.A Idowu, A .A Omotunde, S.B Abel

Abstract


Database techniques have been used to proffer solution to some challenging situations that has to do with management of data in industries. This idea can also be valuable and implemented in managing the operation mode of some devices during the design level stage. The proposition of Radio Frequency Identification Detection technology as a convenient and automatic instrument of identification and detection has shown value in usage in the society. However, it has been identified with some challenges such as collision despite its prospects. The need to mitigate collision between a reader and multiple tags is of importance for effective deployment of the technology. The paper aimed at integrating one of the concepts of database management technique of concurrency control known as Time-Stamp (TS) in order to offer solution to the problem of collision in RFID implementation. This paper adopted a small scale business scenario which was used to illustrate the benefit this stands to offer in the real-life implementation. The paper concluded by arguing that this technique can be adopted and implemented and by such doing, will enhance further the performance of RFID technology.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/ijact.v3i2.249

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