Transmedia Machine

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This paper proposes Transmedia Machine architecture for storage and processing of printed materials. Transmedia Machines integrate processing capability such as text editing in database management systems and efficient input by image readers in electronic filing systems. All the information such as graphics pictures and even text may be entered into a Transmedia Machine by image readers. Thus we avoid the input bottle-neck for building 1arge databases that type in their input data. The users are provided with a single view of information. It is possible to enter a document by typing or reading it by image readers or even use a mixture of these methods to enter the same document. However the users need not know the internal representation of information and how it was entered into the system. Edited documents and original documents are managed in a unified way. Individual characters are not recognized instead the boundaries of character regions lines and paragraphs are recognized as rectangles. Then text editing is done by movement or copying of rectangular areas. The basic algorithms for extraction of these rectangles and text editing are presented in this paper.This paper proposes Transmedia Machine architecture for storage and processing of printed materials. Transmedia Machines integrate processing capability such as text editing in database management systems, and efficient input by image readers in electronic filing systems. All the information such as graphics, pictures, and even text may be entered into a Transmedia Machine by image readers. Thus we avoid the input bottle-neck for building 1arge databases that type in their input data. The users are provided with a single view of information. It is possible to enter a document by typing or reading it by image readers, or even use a mixture of these methods to enter the same document. However the users need not know the internal representation of information, and how it was entered into the system. Edited documents and original documents are managed in a unified way. Individual characters are not recognized, instead the boundaries of character regions, lines, and paragraphs are recognized as rectangles. Then text editing is done by movement or copying of rectangular areas. The basic algorithms for extraction of these rectangles and text editing are presented in this paper.

This paper proposes Transmedia Machine architecture for storage and processing of printed materials. Transmedia Machines integrate processing capability such as text editing in database management systems, and efficient input by image readers in electronic filing systems. All the information such as graphics, pictures, and even text may be entered into a Transmedia Machine by image readers. Thus we avoid the input bottle-neck for building 1arge databases that type in their input data. The users are provided with a single view of information. It is possible to enter a document by typing or reading it by image readers, or even use a mixture of these methods to enter the same document. However the users need not know the internal representation of information, and how it was entered into the system. Edited documents and original documents are managed in a unified way. Individual characters are not recognized, instead the boundaries of character regions, lines, and paragraphs are recognized as rectangles. Then text editing is done by movement or copying of rectangular areas. The basic algorithms for extraction of these rectangles and text editing are presented in this paper.

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  • Journal of Information Processing

    Journal of Information Processing 12(2), 139-146, 1989-08-25

    一般社団法人情報処理学会

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    110002673487
  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    AA00700121
  • 本文言語コード
    ENG
  • 資料種別
    Article
  • ISSN
    1882-6652
  • データ提供元
    CJP引用  NII-ELS  IPSJ 
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