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In a conventional facsimile system a document which is to be transmitted from point A to point B is usually scanned at the transmitting station and is then transmitted.
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Facsimile Document Control and Manipulation
In a conventional facsimile system a document which is to be transmitted
from point A to point B is usually scanned at the transmitting station and is then
In some facsimile systems the data is stored in a buffer or other storage
means prior to transmission. The data is then processed, including compression,
and is then transmitted to the receiving station.
This article discloses a set of high level language or command set primitives
which reside with the buffer storage and control the buffer to perform a plurality of
tasks which improve the overall performance of the facsimile system. When
information is transmitted from point A to point B, the set of high level language
commands can be transmitted with the data. On receiving the data and
command set primitives, the receiving buffer and receiving facsimile system
generate documents in accordance with the desire of the sender.
By way of example, the command set primitives would include the
1. Repeat group N times
2. End of Group
3. Continue With Next Document on Same Page
This procedure provides the sender with the ability to personalize such things
as headings on documents (that is, a series of documents going to N different
people could have N different headings).
A repeat group command allows a series of documents to be collated in a
very simple and fairly cheap manner. Depending on the manner in which
documents are entered into t...