Electronic Publishing '92

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C. Vanoirbeek, G. Coray, Giovanni Coray
Cambridge University Press, Apr 30, 1992 - Computers - 316 pages
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Electronic publishing encompasses all aspects of computer-assisted document preparation, presentation, transmittance, storage, and retrieval. It is a very active area of study, involving developments in academic and industrial arenas, with important commercial applications and implications. The papers in this volume, which are all refereed and carefully edited, reflect not only such recent trends as hypermedia and multimedia documents, but also the classical and ever-present problems of document structure and font design.
 

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Contents

Type Transformation in Structured Editing Systems
27
A Document Composition Environment for MultiLanguage
43
A Language for Typesetting
65
An ObjectOriented Toolkit for Structured Documents
95
Experiences with a ClientServerBased Architecture for
113
A System for Recovering Document
127
a Spatial Metaphor for ComputerBased
143
Automatic Determination of Content Relationships
165
all the News that fit the Display
199
Modelling the Content of Technical Documentation
223
some Consequences for Users
247
How can Automated Typesetting achieve
261
Complex Text
275
Formatting Structured Tables invited paper
291
Colophon
311
Copyright

Multilingual StringtoString Correction in Grif a Structured Editor
183

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