Method and System for Embedding Varying Education-levels of Text in an Electronic Book According to a Reader’s Ability and Cognitive State
Publication Date: 2016-Mar-12
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A method and system is disclosed for embedding varying education-levels of text in an electronic book according to a reader’s ability and cognitive state.
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Method and System for Embedding Varying Education-levels of Text in an Electronic Book According to a Reader's Ability and Cognitive State
Disclosed is a method and system for embedding varying education-levels of text in an electronic book according to a reader's ability and cognitive state.
In accordance with an embodiment, the method and system uses color-coded text to indicate changeable text tuned to a desired education-level in the electronic book. The color-coded text shifts to a higher level of education or to a lower-level of education based on a reader's reading speed.
A code page layout related to 8-bit Unicode Transformation Format (UTF-8) where free agents are entries associated with
the following values have no use and as such are "invalid:" 0x81, 0x8D, 0x8F, 0x90 and, 0x9D, is as follows. [0x81] delimits "elementary-education-level" text.
[0x8D] delimits "middle-education-level" text and,
[0x8F] delimits "high-education-level" text.
The colored text shows an invalid "free-agent" 8-bit Unicode. The free agents remain in force until an end-delimiter is reached. The free agents are used as delimiters for education-level purposes.
In an example, consider the following color-coded text.
The storm [0x81] made the roof leak. [0x81] [0x8D] caused the leaking roof to be much worse. [0x8D] [0x8F] exacerbated the leaking roof problem into a crisis. [0x8F]
[0x81], [0x8D] and [0x8F] are used in pairs, like quotes (leading and trailing). Thus, all text within a pair of [0x81] is "elementary-education-level", all text within a pair of [0x8D] is "middle-education-level" text and all text within a pair...