Design and Implementation of an RFID-based Enterprise Application Framework based on Abstract BP and Kerberos

Kyuhee An, Kiyeal Lee and Mokdong Chung
Volume: 2, No: 3, Page: 170 ~ 177, Year: 2006

Keywords: RFID, EPCglobal Network, Framework, Business Process, Computer Security
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Abstract
Recently, RFID technology has attracted considerable attention in many industry fields. The RFID environment requires a standard architecture for the smooth exchange of data between heterogeneous networks. The architecture should offer an efficient standard environment, such as a communication environment based on Web Services, PKI or Kerberos-based security, and abstract business processes which could be used in the diverse domains. Therefore, in this paper, we propose an Enterprise Application Framework (EAF) which includes a standard communication protocol, security functions, and abstract level business processes. The suggested architecture is expected to provide a more secure and flexible security management in the dynamic RFID application environments, and is expected to provide an abstract business event for the development of business processes which could apply RFID technology to the existing systems.

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IEEE Style
Kyuhee An, Kiyeal Lee, and Mokdong Chung, "Design and Implementation of an RFID-based Enterprise Application Framework based on Abstract BP and Kerberos," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 170~177, 2006. DOI: .

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Kyuhee An, Kiyeal Lee, and Mokdong Chung, "Design and Implementation of an RFID-based Enterprise Application Framework based on Abstract BP and Kerberos," Journal of Information Processing Systems, 2, 3, (2006), 170~177. DOI: .