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As shown in Figure 2, the Recall is improving with the increase of recommend tags. Because evaluation Recall is the ratio of right recommend tags to the actual annotation tags, so the numerator of the Recall will increase if we recommend more tags.
In this paper, we propose a slot allocated blocking anti-collision algorithm (SABA) to identify the staying tags rapidly.
Some tuna will also be fitted with acoustic tags, which can be detected by advanced monitoring stations which are part of a global network.
Our tags include the required New York state license (which provides only a registration number and the name of our town, but this could be a start for someone); a rabies vaccination tag (that vaccination is required in every state in the United States we want people to know that our dog is not a health threat); and a standard identification tag with our contact information on it.
As a provider of the custom printed hang tag industry, St.
David Spencer, of thinktank the Centre for Crime Prevention, said: "When you are paying PS1million a week to tag criminals, the minimum you expect is to tag the right person."
National Band & Tag is a family owned business since 1902 and is reaching out from their family to yours.
From 12 noon on Saturday 17 June 2017 until 9:00am on Monday 19 June 2017, tag manufacturers will not be able to seek authorisation from DAERA to produce new or replacement cattle tags.
Several papers in the literature have proposed different methods for performance and benchmarking of UHF RFID tags. The work by [5] considered maximum range and orientation sensitivity but did not take into consideration the medium on which the tag is put.
Take the medicine supply chain for example, those tags attached to medicines are often transferred from one owner to another, however, the previous owner of a tag may infer the tag's track from its future interactions with a new owner, and as a result, the new owner's privacy maybe infringed.
An RFID system is basically composed of two elements: a reader and one or more tags. The reader is an electronic device with a RF module, a control unit, and one or more antennas which establish a bidirectional communication with the second device, the tags; tags include an IC-chip and an antenna and are attached to the object to be identified.
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