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2008 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security (2008)
Dec. 13, 2008 to Dec. 17, 2008
ISBN: 978-0-7695-3508-1
pp: 516-521
This paper presents a novel Complex Event Mining Network (CEMN) and defines the fundamentals of radio-frequency identification (RFID)-enabled supply chain event management and discusses how an Complex Event Processing (CEP) can be used to resolve the underlying architecture challenges and complexities of integrating real-time decision support into the supply chain. The proposed CEP architecture is a distributed Event Processing Networks (EPNs) capable middleware infrastructure which enables automatic and real-time routing, caching, filtering, aggregation and processing of RFID events. It provides a global platform for distributed execution and management of RFID-enabled supply chain data. It enables a federated control over supply chain nodes deployed in many different organizations, respecting diverse security requirements while supporting centralized deployment and management of processes and rules. Finally, a distributed complex event detection algorithm based on Master-workers pattern is proposed to detect complex events and trigger correlation actions. The results showed that our proposed approach has more robust and scaleable in large-scale RFID applications.
RFID, Complex Event Processing, Event Processing Network

K. Hu, Y. Zhu and T. Ku, "A Novel Complex Event Mining Network for RFID-Enable Supply Chain Information Security," 2008 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security(CIS), vol. 01, no. , pp. 516-521, 2008.
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