JOURNAL OF NETWORK AND COMPUTER APPLICATIONS VOLUME 34 NUMBER 3 MAY 2011 ARTICLES

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JOURNAL OF NETWORK AND COMPUTER APPLICATIONS


VOLUME 34 NUMBER 3
MAY 2011


ARTICLES


1.
Leveraging complex event processing for smart hospitals using RFID


Wen Yao, Chao
-
Hsien Chu, Zang Li






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810


2.
Load
-
balancing mechanism for the RFID middlew
are applications



over grid networking


Yi
-
Wei Ma, Han
-
Chieh Chao, Jiann
-
Liang Chen, Cheng
-
Yen Wu


811
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820


3.
Probabilistic DCS: An RFID reader
-
to
-
reader anti
-
collision protocol


Filippo Gandino, Renato Ferrero, Bartolomeo Montrucchio,


Ma
urizio Rebaudengo








821
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832


4.
Flaws on RFID grouping
-
proofs. Guidelines for future sound protocols


Pedro Peris
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Lopez, Agustin Orfila, Julio C. Hernandez
-
Castro,


Jan C.A. van der Lubbe








833
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845


5.
Improved security for commercial co
ntainer transports using an


innovative active RFID system


Francesco Rizzo, Marcello Barboni, Lorenzo Faggion,


Graziano Azzalin, Marco Sironi







846
-
852


6.
An optimal probabilistic solution for information confinement, privacy, and




security in RFID systems


Roberto Di Pietro, Refik Molva







853
-
863


7.
On the optimal frame
-
length configuration on real passive RFID systems


M.V. Bueno
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Delgado, J. Vales
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Alonso






864
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876


8.
Design of a secure distance
-
bounding channel

for RFID


G.P. Hancke









877
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887


9.
RFID network planning using a multi
-
swarm optimizer


Hanning Chen, Yunlong Zhu, Kunyuan Hu, Tao Ku




888
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901


10.
RFID
-
assisted indoor localization and the impact of interference on its



performanc
e


Apostolia Papapostolou, Hakima Chaouchi





902
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913



11.
The optimal k
-
covering tag deployment for RFID
-
based localization


Wei
-
Shinn Ku, Kazuya Sakai, Min
-
Te Sun





914
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924


12.
An efficient distributed discovery service for EPCglobal ne
twork in


nested package scenarios


Pilar Manzanares
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Lopez, Juan Pedro Muñoz
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Gea, Josemaria Malgosa
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Sanahuja, Juan Carlos Sanchez
-
Aarnoutse





925
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937


13.
Hybrid Zigbee RFID sensor network for humanitarian logistics centre


mana
gement


Huanjia Yang, Lili Yang, Shuang
-
Hua Yang





938
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948


14.
Business process analysis and simulation for the RFID and EPCglobal


Network enabled supply chain: A proof
-
of
-
concept approach


Worapot Jakkhupan, Somjit Arch
-
int, Yuefen
g Li




949
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957


15.
Business
-
aware framework for supporting RFID
-
enabled applications



in EPC Network


Taewoo Nam, Keunhyuk Yeom






958
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971


16.
eCloudRFID


A mobile software framework architecture for pervasive



RFID
-
based applications


Leonardo A. Amaral, Fabiano P. Hessel, Eduardo A. Bezerra,


Jerônimo C. Corrêa, Oliver B. Longhi, Thiago F.O. Dias



972
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979


17.
Real
-
time location and inpatient care systems based on passive RFID


Pablo Najera, Javier Lopez, Rodrigo R
oman




980
-
989


18.
Radio
-
Mama: An RFID based business process framework for asset


management


Chuong C. Vo, Naveen Chilamkurti, Seng W. Loke, Torab Torabi

990
-
997


19.
SOARware: Treading through the crossroads of RFID middleware and


S
OA paradigm


Maria Chaudhry, Ali Hammad Akbar, Qanita Ahmad, Imran Sarwar

998
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1014


20.
Enabling through life product
-
instance management: Solutions and challenges


Damith C. Ranasinghe, Mark Harrison, Kary Främling,


Duncan McFarlane








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1031