Paper title:

Prediction algorithms and methods of registering the products on warranty by using RFID technologies

Published in: Issue 2, (Vol. 1) / 2007
Pages: 9-12
Author(s): Hurjui Cristina, Graur Adrian
Abstract. The RFID technology (Radio Frequency Identification) is used in the view of data transmission, by means of mobile transponders, known as tags and for receiving that information, by means of reading devices, known as readers. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has become specific for tracking the items and carrying out solutions of data achieving within the supply chains of enterprises, factories, trading companies or automation technologies. This present paper proposes creation of a computerized system dedicated to selling companies, manufacturers and service units, with a view of using products information and estimating by a prediction algorithm the return time towards the customers of changed or repaired products being on warranty or post-warranty time.
Keywords: Prediction Algorithm, RFID Tag, RFID Reader

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