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    The affordances of paper have ensured its retention as a key information medium, in spite of dramatic increases in the use of digital technologies for information storage, processing and delivery. Recent developments in paper, printing and wand technologies may lead to the widespread use of digitally augmented. paper in the near future, thereby enabling the paper and digital worlds to be linked together. We are interested in using these technologies to achieve a true integration of printed and digital information sources such that users may browse freely back and forth between paper and digital resources. We present web-based server technologies that support this integration by allowing users to dynamically link areas of printed documents, to objects of an application database. The server component is implemented using the eXtensible Information Management Architecture (XIMA) and is independent of the particular paper, printing and reader technologies used to realise the digitally augmented paper. The framework presented manages semantic information about application objects,. documents, users, links and client devices and it supports universal client access.

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    Title : Web-Based Integration of Printed and Digital Information
    Author(s) : M C Norrie, B Signer
    Abstract : The affordances of paper have ensured its retention as a key information medium, in spite of dramatic increases in the use of digital technologies for information storage, processing and delivery. Recent developments in paper, printing and wand technologies may lead to the widespread use of digitally augmented. paper in the near future, thereby enabling the paper and digital worlds to be linked together. We are interested in using these technologies to achieve a true integration of printed and digital information sources such that users may browse freely back and forth between paper and digital resources. We present web-based server technologies that support this integration by allowing users to dynamically link areas of printed documents, to objects of an application database. The server component is implemented using the eXtensible Information Management Architecture (XIMA) and is independent of the particular paper, printing and reader technologies used to realise the digitally augmented paper. The framework presented manages semantic information about application objects,. documents, users, links and client devices and it supports universal client access.
    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2003

    Affiliations Vrije Universiteit Brussel
    Conference_title : Proceedings of the VLDB 2002 Workshop EEXTT and CAiSE 2002 Workshop DiWeb on Efficiency and Effectiveness of XML Tools and Techniques and Data Integration over the Web Revised Papers
    Volume : 2590
    Pages : 200-219
    Url : http://vub.academia.edu/BeatSigner/Papers/88550/Web-Based-Integration-of-Printed-and-Digital-Information

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