Research and Design of RFID Data Processing Model Based on Complex Event Processing

  title={Research and Design of RFID Data Processing Model Based on Complex Event Processing},
  author={Guangming Wang and Gonglian Jin},
  journal={2008 International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering},
Data processing is a key issue of the design of RFID middleware, and the general processing mode is based on Event. The data processed and output by this solution canpsilat really meet the needs of various application systems; nevertheless, the complex event processing technology can overcome the disadvantage effectively. According to the principles that can make it effective to manage RFID data, this paper proposes a RFID data processing model based on complex event processing (CEP) technique… CONTINUE READING

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