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intelligent form

A data entry application that provides help screens and low levels of AI in aiding the user to enter the correct data.
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Munksjo is a manufacturer of advanced paper products developed with intelligent paper technology.
MunksjA[pilcrow sign] is a manufacturer of advanced paper products developed with intelligent paper technology.
today announced that its enCoRe V USB microcontroller (MCU) brings storage of digital content and USB connectivity to intelliPaper s innovative intelligent paper products.
Recordsforce provides intelligent paper elimination and process automation services to businesses throughout the United States.
The new printers have been designed to efficiently print with a speed of up to 30 pages per minute in black and 29 pages per minute in colour and feature improved paper handling with intelligent paper tray systems that adjust settings based on paper type and size.
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 7, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation today announced that it has succeeded in the development of an ultra-thin, flexible, rechargeable battery capable of super-fast (30-second) charging, which can be embedded into smartcards and intelligent paper.
Mr Hinton, who appointed Mr Yelland, furiously insisted: "David is producing the most intelligent paper for years.
Recordsforce is a privately held company headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, providing intelligent paper elimination and process automation services to businesses throughout the United States.
The intelligent paper sensing unit records page ejection events, replacing test technicians using stopwatches.
Complimenting the robust paper handling features of the LZR5200 is an intelligent paper stacker.
Under the terms of the agreement, NeoMedia will re-market UV Smart(r) enhanced forms and will apply its Intelligent Documents or "idocs" technology to these documents, creating unique, fraud proof intelligent paper.
And thus intelligent papers - printed or digital - will finally die.

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