The hardcopy documents might be books, magazines, journals, extension leaflets, training handouts, photographs, line drawings and even handwritten manuscripts. You may have a few of these, several shelves full, or you may want to convert your library to a digital library.
These guidelines apply similarly to both hard copy correspondence and email.
The main difference between the two is format: your signature block (your address, etc.) goes below your name in email versions, while it goes at the top of the page on hard copy. You won't have a handwritten signature on email, but don't forget this important detail on a hard copy letter.
The length is 300 to 500 words. That translates to two handwritten pages or one typed page. The time limit is thirty minutes. Your time and your length all funnel into a set number of paragraphs for each type of ques¬tion you could encounter.
This chapter considers techniques designed to provide the digital counterpart to a handwritten
signature. Adigital signature of amessage is a number dependent on some secret known
only to the signer, and, additionally, on the content of the message being signed.
After the first laboratory assignment several
students came to my office and asked questions
that were very similar. Thus, this addendum to
Chapter 1 was written. When a program is
assigned to you the first thing you should do is to
understand the problem. Even though you may
think that the assignment is very easy and you
can do it at the last minute, most of the time this
is not the case. Therefore, I require you to solve
the problem assigned to you with "paper and
This book presents advances in character recognition, and it consists of 12 chapters that cover wide range of topics on different aspects of character recognition. Hopefully, this book will serve as a reference source for academic research, for professionals working in the character recognition field and for all interested in the subject.