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- RFID authentication of academic transcripts: in the context of a RFID rationale and deployment methodology
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Science & Information Technology, School of Design, Communication and Information Technology
- The integrity and authentication of an academic transcript is vital to the prestige of an educational organisation as well as its graduates. It is important to the organisation issuing the transcript and any future educational organisation that uses the transcript to ascertain the merit of a proposed enrolment or academic employment. The business case for this research is undertaken within the boundaries of a radio frequency identification rationale and deployment methodology. It is proposed to utilise radio frequency identification technology to enhance the current process of creating and validating academic transcripts. This paper will investigate the business case for radio frequency identification technology and how this correlates with the business environment which is the first phase of the methodology.
- 4th International Conference on Systems and Networks Communications, 2009 (ICSNC 2009). Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Systems and Networks Communications 2009 (Porto, Portugal 20-25 September, 2009) p. 170-173
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