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An automatically updateable web publishing solution: taking document sharing and conversion to enterprise level
Author(s): Fuad Rahman; Yuliya Tarnikova; Rachmat Hartono; Hassan Alam
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Paper Abstract

This paper presents a novel automatic web publishing solution, Pageview(R). PageView(R) is a complete working solution for document processing and management. The principal aim of this tool is to allow workgroups to share, access and publish documents on-line on a regular basis. For example, assuming that a person is working on some documents. The user will, in some fashion, organize his work either in his own local directory or in a shared network drive. Now extend that concept to a workgroup. Within a workgroup, some users are working together on some documents, and they are saving them in a directory structure somewhere on a document repository. The next stage of this reasoning is that a workgroup is working on some documents, and they want to publish them routinely on-line. Now it may happen that they are using different editing tools, different software, and different graphics tools. The resultant documents may be in PDF, Microsoft Office(R), HTML, or Word Perfect format, just to name a few. In general, this process needs the documents to be processed in a fashion so that they are in the HTML format, and then a web designer needs to work on that collection to make them available on-line. PageView(R) takes care of this whole process automatically, making the document workflow clean and easy to follow. PageView(R) Server publishes documents, complete with the directory structure, for online use. The documents are automatically converted to HTML and PDF so that users can view the content without downloading the original files, or having to download browser plug-ins. Once published, other users can access the documents as if they are accessing them from their local folders. The paper will describe the complete working system and will discuss possible applications within the document management research.

Paper Details

Date Published: 16 January 2006
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 6067, Document Recognition and Retrieval XIII, 60670I (16 January 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.650167
Show Author Affiliations
Fuad Rahman, BCL Technologies Inc. (United States)
Yuliya Tarnikova, BCL Technologies Inc. (United States)
Rachmat Hartono, BCL Technologies Inc. (United States)
Hassan Alam, BCL Technologies Inc. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6067:
Document Recognition and Retrieval XIII
Kazem Taghva; Xiaofan Lin, Editor(s)

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