This book discusses the work of a small research group that spent two years, under the auspices of the National Science Foundation, investigating the inter-change of electronic multi-media documents among heterogeneous systems. Ever since the advent of word-processing systems, the world has become familiar with the notion of an electronic document; that is, a document that exists in digital form within a computer system. The advantage of representing a document in this manner is that the processing power of a computer can greatly ease the tedious and time-consuming tasks of editing and formatting the document.
KeywordsIntermediate Representation Electronic Document Raster Image Alphabetize Listing Standard Generalize Markup Language
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