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Pushing Business Data Processing Towards the Periphery

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5 Author(s)
Pablo Guerrero ; GK Enabling Technologies for Electronic Commerce, ; Kai Sachs ; Mariano Cilia ; Christof Bornhovd
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The usage of RFID and sensing technologies in supply chain management applications requires the automatic conversion of large amounts of raw data into manageable business process information. This has led to many performance and scalability issues in existing RFID infrastructures. We present an approach to alleviate these shortcomings based on a flexible system architecture that partially migrates business data processing towards the periphery.

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2007 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Data Engineering

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15-20 April 2007