Some patrons return books with margins full of comments, underlined text, even luminescent text markers have been applied. Use of RFID-based return machines skips the check applied by most ...
Possible Duplicate: Alternatives to barcodes for book identification Both barcodes and qr-codes have the problem of taking up visual space on the outside of the book. Pro: The book ...
One of the features RFID offers over barcodes is the ability to join a set of RFID tags into a group, and check for the completeness of that group each time it is checked out of the library or ...
Years ago, I saw a library that said it was planning to use "Bulk RFID" scanner to assess the need to manually reshelve books on a given shelf, and/or find misreshelved books. By "Bulk RFID" scanner, ...
Barcodes are cheap and they work, but they often also cover up parts of the book's cover. They could be stuck to the inside, but this is often inconvenient. I've often been wondering what ...