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Author: 阮綉惠
Shiou-Huei Ruan
Thesis Title: 基於輕量運算元之RFID物件所有權轉移協定
Ownership Transfer Protocol for RFID Objects Using Lightweight Computing Operators
Advisor: 羅乃維
Nai-Wei Lo
Committee: 吳宗成
Tzong-Chen Wu
Shi-Cho Cha
Degree: 碩士
Department: 管理學院 - 資訊管理系
Department of Information Management
Thesis Publication Year: 2011
Graduation Academic Year: 99
Language: 英文
Pages: 35
Keywords (in Chinese): 無線射頻識別所有權轉移輕量運算
Keywords (in other languages): RFID, Ownership Transfer, Lightweight Operation
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  • 無線射頻識別 (Radio Frequency Identification, RFID) 是採用非接觸式的方式對無線射頻標籤(Tag)達成自動化識別的技術,此技術已運用在不同領域上如物流供應鏈、門禁管制及醫療照護等。伴隨著RFID無線射頻標籤成本下降之趨勢,RFID標籤將會逐漸普及於日常生活中,並成為企業相繼引進的技術。

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a contactless automatic identification technology. With the low-cost and advancement of technology, RFID has been applied in various fields, including supply chain, access control, medical care and so on. Nevertheless, owing to the cost of RFID tags are decreasing, it will be anywhere in our life.
    In recent year, RFID is applied to E-commerce transactions; moreover, the ownership transfer issue for RFID tags is extended during the process of transaction. Through the ownership transfer protocol, we can change the owner of the tag which is attached on objects so as to achieve complete transactions. In previous studies, the proposed protocols were challenged with their security threats, privacy violation problems and heavy computation. Therefore, we proposed a novel secure and efficient ownership transfer protocol for RFID tags using lightweight computing operators and also achieve the security requirements and safely change the owner of tags. Detailed analyses show that our proposed protocol can achieve security on messages passing and higher performance.

    中文摘要 i Abstract ii 致謝 iii Contents iv List of Figures v List of Tables vi Chapter 1 Introduction 1 Chapter 2 Related Work 6 2.1 Ownership Transfer with RFID Tag 6 2.1.1 Ownership Transfer for Single Tag 6 2.1.2 Ownership Transfer for a Group of Tags 10 2.2 Authentication with RFID Tag 11 Chapter 3 The Proposed OT-LE Protocol 12 3.1 Assumptions 12 3.2 Notations 14 3.3 OT-LE 14 3.3.1 Registration Phase 15 3.3.2 Current Ownership Suspension Phase 16 3.3.3 New Ownership Establishment Phase 20 Chapter 4 Security and Efficiency Analysis 23 4.1 Security Analysis 23 4.2 Efficiency Analysis 26 4.3 Discussion 29 Chapter 5 Conclusions 31 References 32

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