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Digital Documents: Systems and Principles: 8th International Conference on Digital Documents and Electronic Publishing, DDEP 20

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Digital Documents: Systems and Principles: 8th International Conference on Digital Documents and Electronic Publishing, DDEP 20

Digital Documents: Systems and Principles: 8th International Conference on Digital Documents and Electronic Publishing, DDEP 2000, 5th International Workshop on the Principles of Digital Document Processing, PODDP 2000, Munich, Germany, September 13- By Heather Brown, Peter Brown, Les Carr, Wendy Hall, Wendy Milne, Luc Moreau (auth.), Peter King, Ethan V. Munson (eds.)
2004 | 248 Pages | ISBN: 3540210709 | PDF | 5 MB


This volume contains the proceedings of two recent conferences in the ?eld of electronic publishing and digital documents: – DDEP 2000, the 8th International Conference on Digital Documents and Electronic Publishing, the successor conference to the EP conference series; and – PODDP 2000, the 5th International Workshop on the Principles of Digital Document Processing. Both conferences were held at the Technische Universit¨ at Munc ¨ hen, Munich, Germany in September 2000. DDEP 2000 was the eighth in a biennial series of international conferences organized to promote the exchange of novel ideas concerning the computer p- duction, manipulation and dissemination of documents. This conference series has attempted to re?ect the evolving nature and usage of documents by treating digital documents and electronic publishing as a broad topic covering many - pects. These aspects have included document models, document representation and document dissemination, dynamic and hyper-documents, document ana- sis and management, and wide-ranging applications. The papers presented at DDEP 2000 and in this volume re?ect this broad view, and cover such diverse topicsashypermediastructureanddesign,multimediaauthoringtechniquesand systems, document structure inference, typography, document management and adaptation, document collections and Petri nets. All papers were refereed by an international program committee.