A model for mapping between printed and digital document instances

@inproceedings{Weibel2007AMF,
  title={A model for mapping between printed and digital document instances},
  author={Nadir Weibel and Moira C. Norrie and Beat Signer},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on Document Engineering},
  year={2007}
}
The first steps towards bridging the paper-digital divide have been achieved with the development of a range of technologies that allow printed documents to be linked to digital content and services. However, the static nature of paper and limited structural information encoded in classical paginated formats make it difficult to map between parts of a printed instance of a document and logical elements of a digital instance of the same document, especially taking document revisions into account… CONTINUE READING
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