A Split-Path Schema-Based RFID Data Storage Model in Supply Chain Management
AbstractIn modern supply chain management systems, Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) technology has become an indispensable sensor technology and massive RFID data sets are expected to become commonplace. More and more space and time are needed to store and process such huge amounts of RFID data, and there is an increasing realization that the existing approaches cannot satisfy the requirements of RFID data management. In this paper, we present a split-path schema-based RFID data storage model. With a data separation mechanism, the massive RFID data produced in supply chain management systems can be stored and processed more efficiently. Then a tree structure-based path splitting approach is proposed to intelligently and automatically split the movement paths of products . Furthermore, based on the proposed new storage model, we design the relational schema to store the path information and time information of tags, and some typical query templates and SQL statements are defined. Finally, we conduct various experiments to measure the effect and performance of our model and demonstrate that it performs significantly better than the baseline approach in both the data expression and path-oriented RFID data query performance. View Full-Text
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Fan, H.; Wu, Q.; Lin, Y.; Zhang, J. A Split-Path Schema-Based RFID Data Storage Model in Supply Chain Management. Sensors 2013, 13, 5757-5776.
Fan H, Wu Q, Lin Y, Zhang J. A Split-Path Schema-Based RFID Data Storage Model in Supply Chain Management. Sensors. 2013; 13(5):5757-5776.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fan, Hua; Wu, Quanyuan; Lin, Yisong; Zhang, Jianfeng. 2013. "A Split-Path Schema-Based RFID Data Storage Model in Supply Chain Management." Sensors 13, no. 5: 5757-5776.