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International Journal of Internet Manufacturing and Services

International Journal of Internet Manufacturing and Services (IJIMS)

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International Journal of Internet Manufacturing and Services (1 paper in press)

Special Issue on: Smart Service Technology for Industrial Applications

  • A rapid detection method of drug quality based on RFID Technology   Order a copy of this article
    by Bo Yang, Baihu Sun 
    Abstract: Aiming at the problems of slow drug data acquisition speed and large detection error in the existing drug quality detection methods, a fast drug quality detection method based on RFID technology is proposed. Firstly, the drug quality data is extracted through the reading function in RFID technology; Then, set up the drug quality data set and determine the data characteristics, remove the noise in the data with the help of unsupervised feature selection algorithm, finally, determine the similarity of drug quality, and calculate the contribution weight of the data with the help of telescopic moving window; The model of drug quality detection is constructed by Bayesian algorithm to complete the detection. The experimental results show that the drug quality data obtained by RFID technology is fast, and the drug quality detection error is small.
    Keywords: RFID technology; Drug quality inspection; Unsupervised feature selection algorithm; Normalization; Degree of similarity.