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RFID for libraries

Introduction

Globally emerging knowledge-based societies of the twenty-first century will need information to sustain their growth and prosperity. With intellectual capital as investments, knowledge and information have become wealth generators. In this scenario, who can deny the importance of libraries, which are repositories of knowledge resources? A library stacked with books and other information dissemination processes has a physical presence. A library is an institution of knowledge acquisition and learning; it provides invaluable service to its members, patrons, and to a wider community (Ching and Tai, 2009).

Libraries are interested in saving time, money, and labor. Libraries, however, often place excellent public ...

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