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The Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) systems are exhibiting an immense growth and ubiquity. In future there will be a large number of RFID tags attached to objects and persons and dense deployment of the RFID readers, which will be interconnected in reader networks. The performance of the reading of such large volumes of tags requires efficient arbitration protocols for resolving the collisions among the tags that attempt to send information to the reader network. In this paper, the authors introduce a framework for arbitration protocols that makes provisions for cooperative arbitration performed by the network of readers.
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