Manmeet Mahinderjit Singh

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Radio frequency identification-enabled supply chain systems are in an open system environment, where different organisations have different business workflows and operate on different standards and protocols. This supply-chain environment can only be effective if the partners can trust each other and be collaborative. However, Radio Frequency Identification(More)
The stream cipher Salsa20 and its reduced versions are among the fastest stream ciphers available today. However, Salsa20/7 is broken and Salsa20/12 is not as safe as before. Therefore, Salsa20 must completely perform all of the four rounds of encryption to achieve a good diffusion in order to resist the known attacks. In this paper, a new variant of(More)
Radio frequencies refer to the electromagnetic energy that we transmit the identification information from tags to its reader. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) transmits the data without line of sight. RFID tags are small, wireless devices that help identify item automatically and indicating unique serial number for each item. However, counterfeiting(More)
Automation and optimisation of supply-chain activities are made possible by radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. RFID supply chain performance can be enhanced by integrating RFID functions into the web service paradigm. However, the use of RFID involves growing privacy and security concerns, in part because the lack of RFID tag capacity places(More)
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