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A Collaborative Property-Based Note Management System

@inproceedings{Huang2000ACP,
  title={A Collaborative Property-Based Note Management System},
  author={Jonathan Huang},
  year={2000}
}
NotePals is an ink-based, collaborative note sharing application built on top of a property-based document management system. NotePals users write notes in their own handwriting on a personal digital assistant (PDA) or CrossPad. These notes are then synchronized with a central repository and can be accessed and shared via an online web application. The system supports both the traditional folder-based hierarchy for document organization, as well as creating and using customized properties for… Expand
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