Philip N. Smith
Journal publishing with Acrobat: the CAJUN project
Smith, Philip N.; Brailsford, David F.; Evans, David R.; Harrison, Leon; Probets, Steve G.; Sutton, Peter E.
David F. Brailsford
David R. Evans
Steve G. Probets
Peter E. Sutton
The publication of material in electronic form should ideally preserve, in a unified document representation, all of the richness of the printed document while maintaining enough of its underlying structure to enable searching and other forms of semantic processing. Until recently it has been hard to find a document representation which combined these attributes and which also stood some chance of becoming a de facto multi-platform standard.
This paper sets out experience gained within the Electronic Publishing Research Group at the University of Nottingham in using Adobe Acrobat software and its underlying PDF (Portable Document Format) notation. The CAJUN project1 (CD-ROM Acrobat Journals Using Networks) began in 1993 and has used Acrobat software to produce electronic versions of journal papers for network and CD-ROM dissemination. The paper describes the project's progress so far and also gives a brief assessment of PDF's suitability as a universal document interchange standard.
Smith, P. N., Brailsford, D. F., Evans, D. R., Harrison, L., Probets, S. G., & Sutton, P. E. (1993). Journal publishing with Acrobat: the CAJUN project
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Publication Date||Dec 1, 1993|
|Deposit Date||Nov 1, 2005|
|Publicly Available Date||Oct 9, 2007|
|Journal||Electronic Publishing -- Origination, Dissemination and Design.|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Acrobat, PostScript, PDF, CD-ROM, Networked e-journals, Archiving, Automatic linking|