IEEE Computer Society
Faculty of Computing, Health and Science
School of Engineering
In a previous study, we evaluated six 2D barcodes using eight criteria for standardization potential: omnidirectional symbol reading, support for low-resolution cameras, reading robustness under different lighting conditions, barcode reading distance, error correction capability, security, support for multiple character sets, and data capacity. We also considered the fidelity of the camera phone's captured image as a metric for gauging reading reliability. Here, we review the six 2D barcodes and then use an additional metric - a first-read rate - to quantitatively verify our earlier results and better gauge reading reliability.
This is an Author's Accepted Manuscript of: Kato, H., & Tan, K. (2007). Pervasive 2D Barcodes for Camera Phone Applications. IEEE Pervasive Computing: Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems, 6(4), 76-85. Available here
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