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Introducing the Concept of Back-Inking as an Efficient Model for Document Retrieval (Image Reconstruction)

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Today, many institutions and organizations are facing serious problem due to the tremendously increasing ...

Today, many institutions and organizations are facing serious problem due to the tremendously increasing
size of documents, and this problem is further triggering the storage and retrieval problems due to the
continuously growing space and efficiency requirements. This problem is becoming more complex with
time and the increase in the size and number of documents in an organization. Therefore, there is a
growing demand to address this problem. This demand and challenge can be met by developing a
technique to enable specialized document imaging people to use when there is a need for storing
documents images. Thus, we need special and efficient storage techniques for this type of information
storage (IS) systems.
In this paper, we present an efficient storage technique for electronic documents. The proposed technique
uses the Information Pixels concept to make the technique more efficient for certain image formats. In
addition, we shall see how Storing Information Pixels Addresses ( SIPA ) method is an efficient method for
document storage and as a result makes the document image storage relatively efficient for most image
formats.

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