Formulate an Adaptive Technique to Validate Near Field Communication Technology using Attributed Graph Grammar-AGG tool

  • Khalid Aldriwish Majmaah university
Keywords: NFC, Mobile payment system (MPS), AGG tool


Recently, developments in such Near field Communication Technology (NFC) and associated integrated devices have pace out an acceleration the demand of transactions in electronic devices system such wearable readers which have short-power consumption and proficiency in high transferring data. NFC has showed the alternative active key solution to existing smart electronic devices that depend on huge batteries to supply the energy in paying bills though such devices. NFC widely utilized via wireless power transfer, where devices share and connect with each other, to increase the efficiency of transferring data, with high superb properties such as permeability. NFC has emerged as a powerful technology and its apparatus devices. The ongoing of NFC growth could be related to its extensibility and more sustainable. NFC can deliver different shapes at providing software application capabilities to connect with each other. NFCs demonstrates an adaptable method to enhance and offer current elements accessible to applications across the Internet.  NFCs are a new fad and modern technology that shares embedded and ubiquitous devices with others, various corporations are finding the advantage by the NFC. This research will propose a formulation technique to explore and adapt an approach of developing and validating the NFC which permits to exchange data via technology wireless (NFC) between the parties. This technique will facilitate the feasibility of having e.g., a system to reduce of losing duration time and cost for users, as well as, an agile technique for validating the suggested approach via Attributed Graph Grammar (AGG) tools.


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Aldriwish, K. (2024). Formulate an Adaptive Technique to Validate Near Field Communication Technology using Attributed Graph Grammar-AGG tool . EMITTER International Journal of Engineering Technology, 12(1), 48-61.