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Using parallel particle swarm optimization for RFID reader-to-reader anti-collision

Bin Cao, Shan Yang, Jianwei Zhao, Po Yang, Atif Waraich
2018 2018 13th IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA)  
In the experiments, we compare the improved distributed parallel particle swarm optimization (IDPPSO) algorithm with the PCCPSO algorithm, and make Wilcoxon test on the results.  ...  To solve the high-dimensional RFID reader-to-reader collision problem effectively, we improve the parallel cooperative co-evolution particle swarm optimization (PCCPSO) algorithm by adopting the hybrid  ...  IMPROVED DISTRIBUTED PARALLEL PSO ALGORITHM BASED ON MPI A.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iciea.2018.8397901 fatcat:sbvhifqz4jbsti5mwhb7xpwxfy

A Novel and Efficient Anti-Collision Protocol for RFID Tag Identification

Adarsh Kumar, Krishna Gopal, Alok Aggarwal
2016 Journal of Communications Software and Systems  
In this work, simulation annealing based anti-collision protocol is proposed where there is uniform distribution of channels among readers.  ...  Majority of probabilistic and deterministic anticollisions methods are inefficient in channel distribution and improving the performance.  ...  Next, the particle swarm optimization algorithms are easy to fall into local optimum in highly dense network, thus do not provide global optimum solution. Tao et al.  ... 
doi:10.24138/jcomss.v12i4.75 fatcat:qkkboi4irzhdlh7wx5sqxgwwdy

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on AI-Enabled Internet of Dependable and Controllable Things

Wei Yu, Wei Zhao, Anke Schmeink, Houbing Song, Guido Dartmann
2021 IEEE Internet of Things Journal  
The article titled "RFID reader anticollision based on distributed parallel particle swarm optimization" addresses the problem of collisions when a large number of RFID readers are deployed and proposes  ...  a distributed parallel cooperative co-evolution approach to produce a complex optimization for collision prevention.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jiot.2021.3053713 fatcat:wnsgkuohhvg4fitk6ixreddsly

Bioinspired Intelligent Algorithm and Its Applications for Mobile Robot Control: A Survey

Jianjun Ni, Liuying Wu, Xinnan Fan, Simon X. Yang
2016 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
This paper presents a survey of recent research in BIAs, which focuses on the research in the realization of various BIAs based on different working mechanisms and the applications for mobile robot control  ...  a development bottleneck in this field, such as complex computing and the dependence on high-precision sensors.  ...  [35] proposed an artificial immune network based anticollision algorithm for dense RFID readers, where the major immune operators are designed to satisfy the practical convention of RFID systems, and  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/3810903 pmid:26819582 pmcid:PMC4707020 fatcat:xq4zktll3ja6be6veraqgws5zm