Intelligent Offices: Object-Oriented Multi-Media Information Management in Client/Server Architectures

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 10, 1992 - Computers - 424 pages
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Provides a practical intelligent office model which integrates many applications in order to create an object-oriented work flow model, integrated double imaging and distributed database access. Shows how these mature technologies can be connected by utilizing off-the-shelf open system software and hardware. Features fundamental imaging hardware for document imaging systems including compression boards, FAXboards, scanners, OCR along with integrating basic software concepts such as object orientation, full-text retrieval systems, graphic user interfaces, AI technologies and more.

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Khoshafian is a recognized expert in database and groupware.

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