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The Individualized Electronic Newspaper: an example of an active publication

@inproceedings{Haake1994TheIE,
  title={The Individualized Electronic Newspaper: an example of an active publication},
  author={Anja Haake and Klaus Reichenberger},
  year={1994}
}
SUMMARY During the last four years the PaVE department at GMD-IPSI experimented with the Individualized Electronic Newspaper, an active publication that is individualized and composed on demand for a reader, and then delivered electronically. The work concentrated on the user interface design for active electronic publications and, in particular, on the investigation of publishing system architectures supporting the preparation and production of active electronic publications. The paper… 

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