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|Title: ||Dynamic Categorization: What We Can Learn from the Emergent Arrangement of Physical Artifacts in Libraries|
|Authors: ||Krauss, Armin Martin|
|Advisor: ||Mai, Jens-Erik|
|Department: ||Information Studies|
Radio Frequency Identification
|Issue Date: ||7-Jan-2011|
|Abstract: ||Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a technology used in many applications for the identification of objects. This thesis presents a concept of how libraries could use RFID technology to locate physical items within the library.
The ability to locate items within the library changes the way users interact with physical material, creates new ways of user collaboration, and influences the ability to browse the shelves for physical items.
Several implementation scenarios are presented in detail and implications on collaboration and browsing are analyzed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Master|
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