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Conference Proceeding

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IEEE

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Computing, Health and Science

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School of Engineering

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5272

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This article was originally published as: Kato, H., & Tan, K. (2007). First read rate analysis of 2D-barcodes for camera phone applications as a ubiquitous computing tool. Proceedings of IEEE Tencon (IEEE Region 10 Conference). (pp. 1-4). Taipei, Taiwan. IEEE. Original article available here

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Abstract

This paper presents a detailed study on the first read rate (FRR) of seven 2D-barcodes currently used for camera phone applications. The study revealed a few surprising observations. Through our analysis, we identified three key factors to improve the robustness of 2D-barcode reading, the range of the reading distance and the stability of the readers. This will contribute to the widespread use of 2D-barcode mobile technology as a ubiquitous computing tool.

DOI

10.1109/TENCON.2007.4428778

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10.1109/TENCON.2007.4428778