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 13-15, 2 / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the joint thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Digital Documents and Electronic Publishing, DDEP 2000 and the 5th International Workshop on the Principles of Digital Document Processing, PODDP 2000, held in Munich, Germany in September 2000.

The 17 revised full papers were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing and improvement; they are organized in topical sections on links and data structures, typography and authoring, document management and adaptation, digital document processing, and distributed information systems.

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DDEP: Links and Structure.- A Link-Oriented Comparison of Hyperdocuments and Programs.- Context-Aware Digital Documents Described In a High-Level Petri Net-Based Hypermedia System.- Robust Hyperlinks: Cheap, Everywhere, Now.- DDEP: Typrography and Authoring.- Inferring Structure Information from Typography.- Multimedia Authoring with MAVA.- Perceptually-Tuned Grayscale Characters Based on Parametrisable Component Fonts.- DDEP: Management and Adaption.- A Simple Management Tool for Medium-Sized Web Sites.- Structuring Access to a Dynamic Collection of Digital Documents: The Walden’s Paths Virtual Directories.- An XML-Based Multimedia Document Processing Model for Content Adaptation.- PODDP.- Abstraction Levels in Web Document Formats.- Automatic Geographical Hypertext “Multi-scaled Links” Generation.- GODDAG: A Data Structure for Overlapping Hierarchies.- A Correspondence between UML Diagrams and SGML/XML DTDs.- A Conceptual Model for XML.- Overview of Tree Transducer Based Document Transformation System.- Electronic Publishing: Improving Distributed Information Systems.- Browsing Agents: Automated Browsing of Distributed Information.- An Evaluation of Two Metaphors for Electronic News Presentation.

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