Ppt on unique identification system

Chapter 4 Finger Biometric

be matched only with a subset of the fingerprints in the database. Fingerprint Classification Some fingerprint identification systems use manual classification followed by automatic minutiae matching; Automating the classification process would improve its speed/ the following percentages: Loop – 65% Whorl -- 30% Arch -- 5% Minutiae Detection Human fingerprints are unique to each person, certifying the persons identity. Because straightforward matching between the unknown and known fingerprint patterns is /


Hazard Communication (HazComm2012) and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Mark Banden Compliance Assistance Specialist OSHA, Kansas City Area Office.

responsible party; (e) Emergency phone number. SDS Section 2 Hazard(s) identification Hazard(s) identification a) Classification of the chemical in accordance with paragraph (d) of §1910/ and classification criteria are based on existing transport system (DOT Regulations) Physical Hazards System of Information and Communication Hazard Class Hazard Class / identity. ・ Common name, synonyms, etc. ・ CAS number, other unique number,etc. ・ Impurities and stabilizing additives which are themselves classified and /


1 Cyber-Identity UNIVERSE ® UNique Identification and VERification SErvice Adrian Müller – Otto Müller 5 August 2007 www.cyber-identity.com.

To enhance the visibility of the registry –To enlarge the membership base System provider: –To provide a new service according to its business model 17 Summary Unique identification of entities Verification of „owner“ of an entity Federation of UNIVERSE /schemes and the according directories 0088 76 10800 98288 3 Click here 18 Conclusion We are convinced: Persistent worldwide unique identification is key to the further development of transactions in the electronic world, esp. w.r.t. business entities/


Opal Events: “Medical Devices Summit” in Boston, MA

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a final rule requiring that most medical devices distributed in the United States carry a Unique Device Identifier, or UDI.” “As part of the UDI system, the FDA is also creating the Global Unique Device Identification Database (GUDID) which will include a standard set of basic identifying elements for each device with a UDI.” FDA’s Purpose/


Tech Food Standards © 2004 - David Burns Ltd 1 FOOD STANDARDS TRAINING PROGRAMME A training programme for the implentation of Quality Management Systems.

improvement Tech Food Standards © 2004 - David Burns Ltd 19 The Standard Requirements QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Quality Policy Statement Quality Policy Statement Published statement by the Top Management Published statement by /2004 - David Burns Ltd 69 The Standard Requirements Stock Rotation Stock Rotation Identification of product location Identification of product location Unique stock / item number Unique stock / item number Details of shelf life Details of shelf life Product/


Jan. 14, 20041 Biometrics: Personal Identification Instructor: Natalia Schmid BIOM 426: Biometrics Systems.

various distances. The representation requirements are only 9 bytes. Hand geometry is not unique but highly acceptable. Jan. 14, 200418 Comparison of Biometrics Technologies From “Biometrics: Personal Identification in Networked Society,” p. 16 Jan. 14, 200419 Automatic Identification History : Prehistoric Chinese used thumb- print for identification ; Alphonse Bertillon’s System of Anthropometric Identification (1882) is based on bodily measuments, physical description, and photographs. Henry’s fingeprint/


Cyber-Identity UNIVERSE ® UNique Identification and VERification SErvice Adrian Müller – Otto Müller 11 November 2006 www.cyber-identity.com.

To enhance the visibility of the registry –To enlarge the membership base System provider: –To provide a new service according to its business model Summary Unique identification of entities Verification of „owner“ of an entity Federation of UNIVERSE providers/registration schemes and the according directories 0088 76 10800 98288 3 Click here Conclusion We are convinced: Persistent worldwide unique identification is key to the further development of transactions in the electronic world, esp. w.r.t. business /


U NIQUE ID ENTIFICATION (UID) Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items March 4, 2004 NDIA - 20 th Annual National Logistics Conference Presented by:

.g., UK, Australian, Canadian, Dutch) Unique Identification PeopleItemLocationEnterpriseData Network Centric Collaboration 3 To implement a policy establishing a strategic imperative for uniquely identifying tangible items relying to the maximum extent practical on international standards and commercial item markings and while not imposing unique government data requirements. Uniquely identified (UID) tangible items will facilitate item tracking in DoD business systems and provide reliable and accurate data/


U NIQUE ID ENTIFICATION (UID) Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items.

Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items 2 Agenda  Overview  Technical Specifics  UID Lifecycle  UID Organization and Efforts to Date  Next steps Overview 4 To create a policy establishing a strategic imperative for uniquely identifying tangible items relying to the maximum extent practical on international standards and commercial item markings. Uniquely identified (UID) tangible items will facilitate item tracking in DoD business systems/ DoD Guide to Unique Identification of Tangible Items /


Radio Frequency IDentification ( RFID ). 2 “ We propose the integration of wireless technology and RFID technology for improving efficiency and security.

Uniform Code Council, Inc., and GS1 (formerly EAN International). The EAN*UCC System standardizes identification numbers, EDI transaction sets, XML schemas, and other supply-chain solutions that enable more efficient business processes. Electronic Product Code (EPC) The Electronic Product Code (EPC) is a license-plate type identifier that can uniquely identify any item in a supply chain. It is a simple and compact/


LOG 206 Curriculum Review 30 Apr 10 LOG 206 “Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management” Presented to the Life Cycle Logistics (LCL) Functional Integrated.

Management Lesson 10: Enterprise Integration/Supply and Supply Chain Management 1.Supply Chain Management 2.Enterprise Resource Programs (ERP)/Logistics Systems/Maintenance Data Collection 3.Parts Management 4.Demand Planning/Spares Forecasting 5.Cataloging and Provisioning 6.Item Unique Identification 7.Radio Frequency Identification 8.Service ICP, DLA, USTRANSCOM Roles in a Performance-Based Life Cycle Product Support Environment Lesson 11: Integrating Interdisciplinary Activities/


Item Unique Identification (IUID) Presented to SCESC 26 March 2013.

DataMatrix mark – A mandatory data element to identify items and related data in logistics systems – Passed in electronic transactions between systems Modification of business processes and systems will allow automated collection of the UII from bare item or packaging, during receipt, inventory, maintenance, and any other needed identification of uniquely managed items Target population of items aligns with the JLB approved Task Force recommendation Target/


Overview of the Systems Analysis and Design cycle Description of the stages of the systems analysis and design life cycle as applied to the development.

individual tasks are clear and time demands are easily identifiable. Identification and explanation of investigative techniques ObservationObservation – –Observation involves watching the existing system in use and taking notes on how the system operates and functions. – – Observation often proves useful in /that it is also a foreign key. – –Decide whether or not this foreign key is needed to form a unique value for the primary key of each new entity. – –Name each 1NF entity. Working example – car rental /


All Q & A Issued by PMI 1 1. A project is: A. A set of sequential activities performed in a process or system. B. A revenue-generating activity that needs.

projects and operations are constrained by limited resources B. Operations are ongoing and repetitive, while project are temporary and unique. C. Both projects and operations are planned, executed, and controlled. D. All activities in the organization can/thorough review of———will help identify potential risks to the project: A. Risk identification checklists based on historical information and knowledge. B. The project’s change control system. C. The projects mission statement. D. The project’s budget. All /


Biometric Fingerprint Attendance Management System.

uniqueness, stability, permanency and easily taking. Just for this, a number of fingerprint verification approaches have been proposed until now This system is an application of the fingerprint verifying and serial port communication techniques and it is mainly used for employee identification. Through practices, this system/ Yednek Asfaw, Shervin Shirmohammadi and Andy Adler “A Novel Biometric System for Identification and Verification of Haptic Users”, Multimedia Communications Research Laboratory (MCRLab)/


Project Management-MS-52

dimensions that must be managed on a project Features Quality Cost Schedule staff What is feasibility study? 1. After the identification stage, the project ideas are subjected to a process of preliminary filtration through pre-feasibility study. 2. This involves/ time frame through the involvement of a number of persons and agencies. The a/c system has to be designed to particularly meet the requirements unique to each project. The classification of receipts and expenditures must be structured into “heads of/


Study on user identification methods in card payments, e-payment and mobile payments Final study - Work Package 2 Presentation key findings Service.

same authentication data is provided by the user to the system for every transaction. The user always uses the same user identification name (UserID) and password to log onto the system and access his (her) personal web-banking environment. /) were tested: Biometry: is a user identification method that may allow users to improve payments’ security (e.g. fingerprint, eye recognition) RFID (Radio Frequency Identification): is a user identification method which uniquely identifies an object or person, when the /


Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety: Identification & Documentation of Shipments of Living Modified Organisms Le Protocole de Cartagena : LIdentification et.

contained use Template for integrating information requirements into existing documentation: shipments of LMOs for intentional introduction into the environment Unique identifiers Documentation requirements for the 3 categories of LMOs mention unique identifiers To date, only one unique identification system exists: OECD Unique Identifiers for Transgenic Plants OECD Unique Identifier is a simple alphanumeric code that is given to each living modified plant that is approved for commercial/


Unique Device Identifier (UDI) - Overview 6/21/2014

GUDID Account DI Record How to Get Started How to Contact Us Unique Device Identification System 2007 FDAAA – the system, 2012 FDASIA – the timelines , 2012 Proposal - 77 FR 40736 2013 Final Rule- 78 FR 58786 CDRH Learn Unique Device Identification (UDI) System - The Final Regulation http://www.fda.gov/training/cdrhlearn/ Unique Device Identification (UDI) System Unique Device Identification (UDI) System - The Final Regulation GUDID Overview (with UDI Introduction) GUDID - Account Set-up/


Bill Peter & David Keenan

of living systems Currently – the study of methods for uniquely recognizing humans based upon one or more intrinsic physical or behavioral traits. Our Context We will concentrate our attention on biometric systems for positive personal identification Classification of/ a graph or code and performs the actual comparisons State of the Art of Biometric Recognition Systems Fingerprint Identification Fingerprints remain constant throughout life. In over 140 years of fingerprint comparison worldwide, no two /


IE 469 Manufacturing Systems

on the real world The flow of knowledge between situated agents in the environment Information Modeling Use Information System Audit systems machines & software Document Flow Analysis Which organizations generate Which organizations use Data Life-Cycle Definition Data /Relation Class shared by an Entity Class “pair” Non-Key Attribute Classes NEVER Migrate. Identifying Relationship The unique identification of an instance of the child depends upon knowing the identity of the associated instance of the parent./


What’s in a Name? Issues in Identification for Information Infrastructure Architectures Geoff Huston Research Scientist Asia Pacific Network Information.

Identity Scheme Choices Its possible to inject an identity scheme into almost any part of an information system Application or Service Identities phone numbers, Skype IDs, email addresses, URLs, Google Search terms Structured /the search even remotely relevant? Identity Scheme Choices Structured Namespaces Compound objects that may include identification of an issuer, subject, issuance, metadata… DNS NAMES Unique chain of named issuer – subject relationships to create a compound name and coupled resolution /


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

SCIENCES INSTITUTE Intrusion Detection Intrusion detection is the problem of identifying unauthorized use, misuse, and abuse of computer systems by both system insiders and external penetrators Why Is IDS Necessary? Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA/for a whole class of applications. Who pays to replace it. A unique key identifes specific machine in use. –Can a signature use a series of unique keys that are not linkable, yet which can be revoked (research problem/


Automatic Finger Print Identification System with Multi biometric Options A smart presentation On AFIS System.

smart presentation On AFIS System Common Usage of Biometric Systems Border Control Border Control Criminal Investigation Criminal Investigation Access control Access control Attendance control Attendance control Customer relationship management (CRM) Customer relationship management (CRM) PC biometrical logon PC biometrical logon Identity verification Identity verification Banking Banking Secure Web Transactions Secure Web Transactions Fingerprint identification Human fingerprints are unique to each person/


Preview What is firearm identification?

leave surface characteristics that cannot be exactly reproduced in any other firearm. This means that the toolmarks are unique to each firearm. Firearms do not normally change much over time. This allows for firearms recovered months / Information Network. Created in 1999 by a joint effort by the FBI & ATF. A compatible system that incorporates both Drugfire & IBIS software identification systems. GSR The distribution of gunpowder particles & other gun discharge residues around the bullet holes permits a/


Chapter 4: Wireless Telecommunication Systems, GSM

standardized; • Mobile Network Code (MNC), two digits, for unique identification of mobile networks within a country; • Mobile Subscriber Identification Number (MSIN), maximum of 10 digits, identification number of the subscriber in their mobile home network. Universitä/ databases Functions of a MSC specific functions for paging and call forwarding termination of SS7 (signaling system no. 7) mobility specific signaling location registration and forwarding of location information provision of new services/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

SCIENCES INSTITUTE Intrusion Detection Intrusion detection is the problem of identifying unauthorized use, misuse, and abuse of computer systems by both system insiders and external penetrators Why Is IDS Necessary? Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA/for a whole class of applications. Who pays to replace it. A unique key identifes specific machine in use. –Can a signature use a series of unique keys that are not linkable, yet which can be revoked (research problem/


Session: AUTH-107 23/10/07 Mechanics of User Identification and Authentication Dobromir Todorov BT Global Services/ ITCE.

Authentication Compliance Requirements Authentication Components Authentication Levels AAA Threats to User I&A Enterprise Challenges http://www.iamechanics.com User Identification The process of identifying a user (security principal) within an Information System Unique name for the user (ID) Uniqueness within the information system or within the Internet A single user object may have multiple associated IDs (however, each ID must point to exactly one/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

SCIENCES INSTITUTE Intrusion Detection Intrusion detection is the problem of identifying unauthorized use, misuse, and abuse of computer systems by both system insiders and external penetrators Why Is IDS Necessary? Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA/for a whole class of applications. Who pays to replace it. A unique key identifes specific machine in use. –Can a signature use a series of unique keys that are not linkable, yet which can be revoked (research problem/


Privacy Issues in Peer-To-Peer Systems Raj Dandage, Tim Gorton, Ngozika Nwaneri, Mark Tompkins

Impersonation and misrepresentation Identification of individuals or nodes Identification of individuals or nodes Legal action Legal action Social pressure and external action Social pressure and external action Possible Usability Threats to P2P Systems Denial of service /to be used by network Cannot update files Cannot update files Sends key request w/ unique ID Sends key request w/ unique ID InsertRequest InsertRequest Checks if data already exists Checks if data already exists DataRequest DataRequest/


1 © 2008 Balluff GmbH – R.Popescu / T.Peter / H. Reyer WWW.BALLUFF.COM INDUSTRIAL IDENTIFICATION Introducing Balluff‘s Industrial RFID System BIS (BIS.

in 10ms – –Read/write, 752 byte data carriers – –4-byte unique serial number BIS S Ultra High-Speed, Largest Capacity – –Read 8k bytes in 6 seconds – –FRAM data carriers unlimited read/writes – –8K, 16kb, 32kb Tags 20 © 2008 Balluff GmbH – R.Popescu / T.Peter / H. Reyer WWW.BALLUFF.COM INDUSTRIAL IDENTIFICATION BIS System Differences … an overview Feature BIS C BIS L BIS M/


Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

SCIENCES INSTITUTE Intrusion Detection Intrusion detection is the problem of identifying unauthorized use, misuse, and abuse of computer systems by both system insiders and external penetrators Why Is IDS Necessary? Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA/for a whole class of applications. Who pays to replace it. A unique key identifes specific machine in use. –Can a signature use a series of unique keys that are not linkable, yet which can be revoked (research problem/


IRIS/RETINA BIOMETRICS CPSC Biometrics which analyze the complex and unique characteristics of the eye can be divided into two different.

Journal of Computer Vision, 2001. J. Daugman, “Biometric Personal Identification System Based On Iris Analysis”, US Patent 5291560, 1994 Iris Localization -/identification. blood vesselsbiometricblood vesselsbiometric To brain The retina, in the back of your eye, has cells that are sensitive to light. They connect directly to your brain. Rods sense brightness Cones sense color Retinal Recognition System (1) Retina scans are performed by directing a low-intensity infrared light to capture the unique/


Item Unique Identification (IUID) Update for JPIWG January 2014.

Item Unique Identification (IUID) Update for JPIWG January 2014 IUID Quick Look Received Service and DLA IUID implementation plans Population of items and marking timeline Automated information systems (AIS) to be modified Automatic identification technology (AIT) infrastructure requirements  Services and DLA continue to refine plan details Developed DoD and Service level IUID integrated schedule On-going oversight and tracking of IUID implementation Developed standard /


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

SCIENCES INSTITUTE Intrusion Detection Intrusion detection is the problem of identifying unauthorized use, misuse, and abuse of computer systems by both system insiders and external penetrators Why Is IDS Necessary? Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA/for a whole class of applications. Who pays to replace it. A unique key identifes specific machine in use. –Can a signature use a series of unique keys that are not linkable, yet which can be revoked (research problem/


HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL. © Geigle Communications - Hazard Identification and Control 2 This material is for training use only Trainer note:

negative impact on the safety management system System Implementation Defects - Failure to carry out the plan. Failure to accomplish effective safety policies, plans, processes, procedures, practices, or… Effectively accomplishing inadequate safety policies, plans, processes, procedures, practices Produce common hazardous conditions and/or unsafe behaviors, or Produce repeated unique hazardous conditions and/or unsafe behaviors © Geigle Communications - Hazard Identification and Control 8 This material is/


In-Vehicle Networking for Heavy Duty Systems Review of CAN / SAE J1939/ ISO 11783 Network Management ISO 11783 Part 5 J1939-81 Network Management ISO 11783.

within a session Included in every message to provide message uniquenessIncluded in every message to provide message uniqueness – NAME Provides high probability of a unique identifier within a connected systemProvides high probability of a unique identifier within a connected system Provides some functional identification of ECUsProvides some functional identification of ECUs Used to arbitrate in the case of an address selection conflictUsed to arbitrate in the/


Fingerprints History Earliest recognition of uniqueness of fingerprints & their suitability for personal identification apparently came from the ancient.

Since 1970, computer technology has made it possible to automate the process of fingerprint searching with the automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS). Classification of Fingerprints A serial killer in Los Angeles with 15 murders was identified in about 20 minutes/Usually #s & names of features they represent are listed on exhibit to avoid confusion Identification of Fingerprints Footprints & palmprints are just as unique as fingerprints & can be used as evidence Any area of the inner surface of /


FCS - AAO - DM COMPE/SE/ISE 492 Senior Project 2 System/Software Test Documentation (STD) System/Software Test Documentation (STD)

training needs Schedule Risks and contingencies Approvals FCS - AAO - DM Purpose Outline: Test plan identifer Specify the unique identifer assigned to this test plan Introduction Test items Features to be tested Features not to be / name. Identify all appropriate databases, files, terminal messages, memory resident areas, and values passed by the operating system. Output specifications Environmental needs Special procedural requirements Intercase dependencies IEEE 829-1998 Test Case Specification FCS - AAO -/


Voluntary Universal Healthcare Identifiers for Patient and Device Identification Barry R. Hieb, MD Chief Scientist, Global Patient Identifiers Inc. OHT.

(UHID) www.astm.orgwww.astm.org E 2553, Standard Guide for the Implementation of a Voluntary National Healthcare Identification System www.astm.orgwww.astm.org http://vuhid.orghttp://vuhid.org, information-only web site “Identity Crisis: An Examination of the Costs and Benefits of a Unique Patient Identifier”, Richard Hillestad, et. al., Oct. 2008, RAND Corporation Monograph # 753, http://www.rand.org/pubs/


Optimal k-mer superstrings for protein identification and DNA assay design. Nathan Edwards Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology University.

2, l = 3) Some instances of (m,2,m-3) cover each edge exactly once: Steiner triple systems 57 How many triangles cover K 6 ? 15 edges total Is 5 triangles possible? 58 How many triangles cover K/annotation Open, flexible informatics infrastructure for peptide identification 73 Future Research Directions Proteomics for Microorganism Identification Specificity of tandem mass spectra Revamp RMIDb prototype Incorporate spectral matching Primer design Uniqueness oracle for inexact match in human Integration with/


Fingerprints History Earliest recognition of uniqueness of fingerprints & their suitability for personal identification apparently came from the ancient.

Since 1970, computer technology has made it possible to automate the process of fingerprint searching with the automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS). Classification of Fingerprints A serial killer in Los Angeles with 15 murders was identified in about 20 minutes/Usually #s & names of features they represent are listed on exhibit to avoid confusion Identification of Fingerprints Footprints & palmprints are just as unique as fingerprints & can be used as evidence Any area of the inner surface of /


Filmotech Nederland BV - 1 -March 4th, 2013 - Subgroup identification of works and info on rights holdersLicenses for Europe Subgroup W3: Identification.

similar public or private entities This subgroup “Improving identification of the work and information about rights”… –… will look at how the use of unique identification codes and the cheap and easy sharing of /system is preferred (ISAN or EIDR), and how possible obstacles to adoption of one and/or the other could be overcome, was considered outside the scope of this working document (but should be addressed by WG3). Identifyer Candidates Filmotech Nederland BV - 5 -March 4th, 2013 - Subgroup identification/


The Role of RTI in LD Identification An RTI Action Network National Online Forum Moderated by Doris McMillon.

all students, not just students with disabilities. Are there good examples of identification practices from RTI models? (cont.) Identification of LD is a by-product of an RTI system. RTI, per se, does not diagnose learning disabilities. With RTI, /a need to move beyond the skill-based measures. Cognitive processes assessment allows deeper understanding of the student’s unique profile as a learner. This can help refine decisions about good intervention. Assessments of cognitive processes that specifically/


U NIQUE ID ENTIFICATION (UID) Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items March 16, 2004 Defense Standardization Program Conference Presented by: Rob.

extent practical on international standards and commercial item markings and while not imposing unique government data requirements. Uniquely identified (UID) tangible items will facilitate item tracking in DoD business systems and provide reliable and accurate data for management, financial, accountability and asset management purposes. DoD Vision for Unique Item Marking 3 Unique IDentification (UID) of Items is: UID is...... the set of data for tangible assets/


Identified ProteinsAccession Number a) Molecular Weight b) MS/MS(unique) c) References* Actin, alpha cardiac muscle 1ACTC_HUMAN42 kDa2 Actin, cytoplasmic.

LC-MS/MS. Identified proteins are listed by alphabetical order. a) Reference for protein identification b) Theoretical molecular mass based on Swiss-Prot database c) MS/MS unique peptide * Previously reported proteins involved in periodontal disease. References [1] Ebersole, J. L., Cappelli, D., Mott, G., Kesavalu, L., et al., Systemic manifestations of periodontitis in the non-human primate. J. Periodontal. Res. 1999, 34/


RFID SEMINAR THE PROMOTION OF GLOBAL STANDARD ONE (GS1) TRACEABILITY SYSTEM NATIONAL STANDARDS CENTRE MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND PRIMARY RESOURCES 26 TH.

in a Nutshell 6  GS1 is a not-for-profit organisation that develops global standards for the identification of goods and services.  GS1s standards foster cooperation and encourage information-sharing worldwide.  manages a global system that allows companies all around the world to globally and uniquely identify product such traceability includes: trade items, assets, logistic units, shipments and physical location. The global language/


PHC Meeting the global challenge of unique identification of medicinal products Medicinal products (MPs) ID and substitution in cross-border.

of new medicinal products (MPs) Further actors [national & international regulators (e.g. EMA, FDA); national/ regional/local information systems; clinical trials] Identifiers can be used in any country for obtaining the product’s “properties” PHC-34 643796 8 Meeting the global challenge of unique identification of medicinal products Longer-term Challenge Implementation & diffusion of solutions PHC-34 643796 9 Acknowledgements The ideas, insights/


Workshop on the DOI System DOI SYSTEM: SYNTAX International DOI Foundation.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmbi.1998.2354. Visual presentation of DOI name doi> Digital Object Identifier = Digital [Object Identifier] –not [Digital Object] Identifier The DOI ® System provides an infrastructure for persistent unique identification of entities... A DOI name is permanently assigned to an object, to provide a persistent link to current information about that object, including where the object, or information/


The DOI SystemThe DOI System

ISBN can be expressed as a URL, as an EAN bar code, a DOI name, etc Identifier as “system” versus as a “unique label” Schemes begin to be used for things outside scope 10 The DOI SystemThe DOI System Overview OverviewOverview doi> 1995: Armati Report Information Identification - a report to STM publishers (Mar 95) Uniform File Identifiers - a report to AAP publishers (Oct 95/


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