System and method for integration of printed business documents with computer-read data, inputted at computer network

FIELD: web technologies.

SUBSTANCE: method for integration of printed business documents, requiring original signature, with electronic data concerning these documents and later extraction of data, inputted for forming documents, is characterized by steps for forcing end user or agent to input all necessary data for forming of required document, saving collected data in database, linking saved data to unique ID code and printing unique ID code on printed document during printing. Printed documents is signed by end user and sent together with supporting documentation. When document is received by business-client, business-client inputs ID code, which is then used for access to saved data, and updates private database of business-client with all data, used for creation of original documents.

EFFECT: higher efficiency.

2 cl, 7 dwg

 

The present invention relates to a system and method for the production of business documents based on the Internet and, in particular, to a system and method for electronic production of business documents based on the Internet, followed by collecting and saving the data entered by the end user, so that the business of the customer do not have to manually enter, scan or collect all the information from printed printed documents obtained by the business client.

In the past, the company collected data from printed documents. For example, printed reports and application forms filled in manually by the end user and transmitted to the enterprise. The data entry operators manually typed collected data on keyboards, computer terminals, thus bringing the information in machine-readable formats that can be searched and save more simply. Today, many companies collect data using computer networks such as the Internet. The same reports and application forms are now available on an interactive transactional web sites, where the end user enters information to complete a report or application. The advantage of collecting data on the network is that data is received in machine-readable format.

These previous methods were suitable for common business documents that do not will require either an original signature, no additional supporting documentation. However, many common business documents, such as mortgage applications, forms, insurance claims, government documents, etc. still require an original signature, notarization and/or additional printed supporting documentation. In these cases, at the moment it is neither efficient nor practical to have data entered electronically transmitted and then again manually entered from the signed documents and supporting documentation, and then to verify this information for the business client. First of all, the reason for this is the cost to re-enter data manually from paper documents, and data validation.

The present invention provides a method of integration of printed business documents requiring original signatures, electronic data about those documents, and then retrieving the data entered by the end user, to create printed documents. How, in particular, suitable for Internet-based process, in which an end user accesses a transactional web site via the Internet to fill in an electronic document displayed on the web site. This method is characterized by steps, in accordance with which the end on isolately or commercial agent enters all the necessary information to create the desired document, the collected data is stored in a network-accessible database, produced a unique identification code that is associated with the collected data, and this unique identification code is added to the printed document when it is printed. The unique identification code may be an alphanumeric string of characters printed directly on the document, or that a character string can be converted into the bar code and the bar code is printed on the document. If the data cannot be fully implemented within a single communication session, the method will allow you to save a partially completed form, extracted in another session, and then fill to end.

This method may further comprise the steps confirm that the business client can independently verify the entered information. For example, computer system business customer can check their existing database to the correct address and contact information for the end user and to adjust the information in the document. Computer system business client can also check other databases in order to verify the validity of information collected.

The preferred form of the invention also includes the step certification for the end user for whom artificaly entered information, and preferably contains elements detect forgeries that are printed on the document to protect against changes in the information in the document.

When a document has been produced and certified end user, the printed document is printed and signed by the end user, and then is sent with supporting documentation to the business client. When such a document is accepted as a business customer, the business-the customer scans an identification code and uses this code to access the stored data, which were originally used for the generation of the document. After that, the business client may use the data to fill its own database with all the information that was used to create the original printed documents. The advantage of the process is that all input data is performed and certified by an end user, thus virtually eliminating data entry business client.

Accordingly, the main objective of this invention is to eliminate or nearly eliminate all the steps to enter the data necessary for enterprises to transfer data from printed documents in machine-readable format.

Another objective of this invention is to provide means generate the printed document from the data entered across the computer network.

Another objective is to provide business customer means to confirm electronically the information before printing and supply end-user tool for certification information to the printing of the printed document.

Another objective of this invention is to automate the integration of these printed documents with electronic information about these documents by storing electronic information in the database, linking this information with a unique identification code, typing this identification code in printed documents and subsequent use of the code on paper documents to access stored electronic information.

Other aims, characteristics and advantages of the invention will become apparent upon consideration of the description in conjunction with the accompanying illustrative drawings.

Description of the drawings

In the drawings which illustrate the best mode, estimated currently to perform the present invention:

figure 1 is a notional diagram of the computer systems used in the methodology of the present invention;

figure 2 is a fragmented view of the completed document execution of the application for the loan is secured, established in accordance with this image is emeniem;

figure 3 is a block diagram of the algorithm that describes the basic procedures of the present invention;

figure 4 is a conventional diagram of a computer system based on the agent using the methodology of the present invention;

figure 5 is another conventional scheme of the computer system based on a field agent, using the methodology of the present invention;

6 is a block diagram of the algorithm an alternative agent-based procedures;

7 is another block diagram of the algorithm of the third alternative agent-based procedure.

Description of the preferred execution

In the drawings illustrates a computer network system used in connection with the present invention that is generally indicated in figure 1 position 10. As will be more fully described below, the present invention provides an improved system and method for integrating printed business documents requiring original signatures, electronic data about those documents, and then retrieve the data entered by the end user to create documents. The terms "business document" and/or "document" should be used in a General sense throughout the description and it should be understood that these terms are designed to cover all types of printed business documents, forms, tables, demonstrations is so, which can be used by companies to gather information and information processing. How, in particular, is suitable for the process on the basis of the Internet, in which an end user accesses a transactional web site through the Internet to fill in the electronic document, posted on the web site.

Computer network system 10 includes a base 12 (the Internet), network site 14 business client, network transactional website 16, created the business client to receive documents, and network site 18 (computer) end user used by the end user to access the transactional website 16 and fill in the interactive document.

Basic network 12 computer network 10 includes, for the purposes of the present invention, the Internet, despite the fact that the system and method described herein may be used as a completely internal system within the organization, when this critical aspect is the fact that all network sites 14, 16 and 18 were connected through a common base or hub. It should be further understood that the base 12 can contain all types of computer and communication networks, such as satellite network, cable network, telephone network of General use or any other form of computer or communication network for m which can transfer data.

Network site 14 business client is identified simply as a computer system, which owns and manages the enterprise wishing to participate in interactive documents. To simplify the subsequent discussion, and provide a representative example, the business customer must have a lender on the mortgage loans, which aims to take mortgage applications over the Internet. However, it should be understood that the present systems and methods are equally applicable to any enterprise or situations in which the end user is produced in electronic form, application, or document.

Transactional network site 16 preferably contains a web site identified by a unique uniform resource locator (URL). Figure 1 is a transactional network site 16 is illustrated as containing a separate computer system and/or website. However, it should be understood that the business customer can simply run the web site 16 internally from their own computer system 14. Transactional network site 16 launches a software application platform that collects data from 19 to fill the electronic document 20, such as a mortgage application, and to generate the electronic representation of the 22 completed mortgage application to print the end user (see figure 2). Typically, these interactive business p the e documents are populated by entering the end-user data 19 through the system based on questions and answers, or fillable fields (not shown). Data 19, introduced by the answers to the questions are then combined with the electronic representation 22 of the current document, and the collected data 19 are inserted in the desired field 24 in the document 20. Then the end user can print the composed document 20 by using their own computer printer 26. As software survey software compilation document refers to here is of the type known from the prior art and currently available in several different software vendors.

Specifically, the business, the client uses the software to create forms when building a list of questions, which may be identical or equivalent to lists of issues presented in printed form, and sends these issues in the transactional website 16. Alternative these questions can be encoded using any standard programming language and sent to the transactional website 16. When an end user accesses the transactional website 16, the questions can be completed using a standard web browser and keyboard. Business-to-consumer (mortgage lender) also makes available a library of performance the 22 original printed application forms in the format which can be electronically loaded into a standard network sites 18 and reproduced on a standard printer 26. These views 22 is also stored in the transactional website 16. If there are many documents, questionnaires and forms associated with each, so that for the chosen document seemed to correct many questions.

The first step in the process for the end user is accessing a transactional website 16 through a computer network 12 and the filling is desirable electronic questionnaires, i.e. forms. It is noted that the end user is responsible for all data entry for the business client. Forcing the end user to be an operator input, you can achieve significant improvements in efficiency. As indicated above, the data input by the end user preferably is performed using a standard Internet browser and keyboard. Software platform transactional web site will also allow the end user to fill out the questionnaire (questionnaires) or form (s) for multiple communication sessions. This property will be useful when the end user may not have enough time to enter all necessary information in one session, or when the current time is not available for all information. In this respect about the testing platform provides the ability to save a partially completed form, retrieve them during another session, and then fill to the end and send. The entered data 19 then transferred to machine-readable format from a transactional website 16 to network site 14 business client. Then the business customer can check the data 19 and may, in real-time to request updates and/or to resolve any discrepancies between the sent data and records that are supported by the business client. This is an important step, because many errors or omissions in the input can result in the preparation of complex business documents. In existing systems, the use of printed documents, these types of data errors would require further contact with the end user for correction and, thus, would delay the processing of the document. Interactive real-time confirmation data using lookup tables and/or tight integration with existing computer systems business customer prevents or at least greatly reduce these types of errors. Business client sends back to the transactional website 16 any changes in the data. In an alternate method validation and update requests can be executed transactional website 16 with checks for editing, double-entry, access tables or databases, downloaded the t business customer, or query on the database, the business of the client.

In a preferred method, the data collected 19 transactional website 16, is assigned a unique identification code 32. Data 19 and the identification code 32 is then stored in machine-readable format in the database 28 for the transactional website 16. In an alternative method, the business client assigns a unique identification code 32 data and passes it back to the transactional website 16 identification code 32 and any changes to the data. Then, the database 28 transactional website 16 19 stores the data and the identification code 32. In yet another alternative method, the business client assigns an identification code 32, saves and data 19, and the identification code 32 in its own database 30 and transmits the identification code 32 and any revisions to 19 back to the transactional website 16, which also stores the data and the identification code in the database 28. Note, however, that the inherent advantage of providing the identification code of the transactional website 16 is that the business client will not assign their own identification code up until all printed documents and electronic data will not be physically present on the website 14 business client. This avoids the phantom IDA is tification, assigned to a business customer for printed documents that will never be sent or received.

Then the transactional website 16 generates a printable representation of the identification code 32 for printing in the finished document 20. The printed representation of an identification code 32 preferably contains an alphanumeric character string, which is converted in the format bar code 34 (see figure 2). Alternatively, the alphanumeric string can be directly printed on the form.

The transactional website 16 combines the proven data 19, the identification code 32, the bar code 34 and accurate representation 22 of the unfinished document to create a representation 22 of the completed document must be signed. The integration is performed so that the data 19 appear as typed text in the appropriate fields 24 of the document 20. In the preferred form of the invention the identification code 32 appears as an alphanumeric string, and as a bar code 34 on the reproduced document 20. If the document 20 is more than one page, bar code 34 is added to the page number in a certain position, or provided as a separate bar code.

A preferred method according to the invention further comprises adding to play the necessary document 20 elements of protection against forgery. These elements protect against forgery contain encrypted bar code 36 printed on paper containing some of the key pieces of data 19. Specifically, the selected portion of the data 19 will be copied, encrypted, and then converted into a barcode format. Some part of the data 19 can be manipulated with the help of this algorithm, as the checksum. This encrypted bar code 36 is created or transactional website 16 or 14 website of the business client, and is produced in a printed representation for printing in the document 20. The bar code 36 will be scanned later as a business customer after receipt of the document is decrypted and compared with the current data 19 that were used to create the document 20, and are also present in the document.

Combined data 19 and reproduced document 20 (identification code 32 and encrypted antipodarum barcodes 36) is then loaded, that is transmitted into the network website 18 of the end user. Before printing playable completed document 20 is displayed to the end user in viewing mode. The end user can view the entire document 20 and make any necessary changes to the data. When the end user is satisfied with the correctness of the information, the end on which isolately need on a predetermined basis (through the fields, page by page, and so on) to notify that the correct data 19 is placed in the correct fields 24 reproduced document 20. This certification is passed back to the transactional website 16, where it is assigned a timestamp, and recorded before print signed copies of the document 20. The advantage of requiring confirmation of the information by the user is that a record is created that the end user has checked out and certified document 20 before printing. If the end user sends the altered or false document, transactional website 16 will be able to provide a business customer with facts regarding the accuracy of the information, which was originally introduced and combined with the reproduced document.

At least one, and preferably two copies of the currently displayed document 20 are printed on the printer 26 of the end user. The document 20 is printed in the format, which subsequently will be to support and facilitate barcode scanning to receive data 19 and/or other scanning or reading data 19 using the technology of optical character recognition (OCR) if data cannot be extracted from the system 10.

Printed document 20 is signed by you and notarized in sluceainosti. If necessary, add additional supporting documentation, and then a full package of documents sent or forwarded by the end user business customer. The terms "send", "sent", "forward", etc. in the context of the present invention designed to cover all types of transfer or send by mail or transfer document, including, in no particular order restrictions, postal services, courier services, document delivery, electronic mail, and Fax. With respect to the electronic mail, the user, obviously, must sign the document, scan the signed document in an electronic file, and then send an electronic copy via e-mail.

On the website 14 business client printed document is treated as any other printed General business document, except as stated below. In accordance with the invention, the identification code 32 is scanned using software for image acquisition, that is scanned using a barcode scanner to read in electronic form using the alphanumeric technology ORS, or entered using the keypad manually, the computer system 14 business client. When the identification code 32 is entered into the system 14, all relevant information 19 that is used to create the document 20, access the s in machine-readable format without the need to enter data manually. In a preferred method, a computer system 14 business client uses the identification code 32 for automatic extraction machine-readable data 19 from the network-accessible databases 28, 30 data, in which data is stored. Business advanced client scans the bar code 36 detect fraud, decodes the data encoded in the bar code 36, and compares these data with a 19 obtained from the databases 28, 30 data and with the data printed on the document. This step is performed as a way to prevent continued processing of altered or forged documents 20 the next step in the process view of the business client.

An alternative way to detect forgeries contains scan digital images of documents sent, the data is read using OCR programs and comparing the scanned text data 19 received electronically over the network.

Alternatively, user input business client can use the built-in agent or foreign agent that will contact the end-user (applicant or signer), collect data from the end-user and enter the data for the end user. Such a scenario can help

to accelerate the completion of data entry and final to get a business client in addition to the data of the document, because agents are more familiar with the software to create the document, and know what information is required in any conditions. In this case, the computer 18 of the end user in figure 1 is replaced by a computer 18a agent (see figure 4). The agent will collect the necessary data from the end user enters data via the transactional website 16 will retain the information in the database 28 a transactional web site that will print the document 20 with a unique identifier 32 (printer 26a agent) and send by mail or otherwise forward the document to the end user for signature. The term "mail" is aimed at designation, not in order restrictions, regular U.S. postal service, courier delivery, facsimile transmission and electronic mail. Then the end user will sign the document, make the appropriate accompanying papers, if necessary, and forwards the document 20 directly to the business customer. "Shipping", as defined above, contains, not in order restrictions, mail, courier service, facsimile transmission or electronic mail. Then the business customer scans the identifier 32, retrieves information from the database 28 transactional web site and fills its own database 30 data from the database 28 a transactional web site. Alternatively, the transactional website 16 may nepo is directly save the data in the database 30 business client in addition to its own database 28. Old records data from documents that have not been received, may periodically be removed from the database 30 business client.

Further assume that the true system integration documents can be used in brick-and-mortar (offline) scenario, when the software for data collection and developing a printed representation of the document 20 is locally in the computer 18b business agent (see figure 5). In this case, the agent business-client will collect the data for the document 20, without initiating a network connection in real time with a transactional website 16, and later download the information in the database 28 a transactional web site, or directly in the database 30 of the business client.

For example, an insurance agent can be a stand-alone version of the program to create the document installed on the portable computer-18b laptop. Autonomous software will show the same functions as an interactive system to create documents. The agent will deal personally with the applicant, i.e. the end user, and uses the program locally to gather the necessary information for the preparation of the document 20. The software can save the collected data locally in the portable computer 18b and, thus, to provide greater flexibility for the business client when treatment is ode data. In particular, such a system may allow the agent to prepare several documents 20 in offline scenarios, and then download all the data during a single communication session, and not to load the data each time ready document. Since the software to create the document is placed locally in the computer 18b agent, transactional website 16A plays the role of a data warehouse and communication website and not an interactive web site to create documents 20. Transactional website 16A will, thus, to function for data storage, sharing and security of data validation processes.

As noted above, data collected by the agent need to be downloaded via a computer network 12 (the Internet) at a certain point during the process, and the identification code 32 should be assigned to the data when they are loaded. In an interactive system identification code 32 is assigned before the document 20 is printed for signatures, so that the identification code 32 can vicariates in the document 20. The identification code in the Autonomous system can be performed in several different ways to achieve the objectives of the present invention.

The first method comprises a preliminary assignment of the set of identification codes 32 separate business agent. This pasvaldibas agent to assign one of the codes 32 a separate document 20 in the course of the data collection process. Thus, the identification code 32 can be directly printed on the document 20 and the end user (printer 26b), and the end user can directly sign the document and give it back to the agent for processing. The agent can complete several documents in one day or in one week, and then download all the data in the network during a single communication session. Having a pre-assigned identification codes 32, system 16A database will not include duplicate identification codes, and the business customer will be able to guarantee accurate tracking data. Preliminary assignment of identification codes will allow you to immediately sign the document, but will potentially delay validation until then, until the data is loaded into the appropriate database. If you want to check the data before signing, the agent may delay the signing of the document by the end user until such time as the data will not be loaded and tested.

The second method of assigning identification codes 32 includes assignment during the data load process. Once the data is collected by the agent, the agent will be registered on a transactional web site 16A and load data for a specific document. In this scenario, the transactional website 16 includes software applications is, able to produce identification codes 32 when downloading and processing data. This will be done individually for each document 20. Data can be validated as well as in an interactive system, data can be assigned an identification code, and the agent can print the document 20 to sign an end user or applicant. This method is very similar to an interactive process, with the exception that the data collected by the agent on a standalone script.

In accordance with another alternative, when the agent cannot register for transactional web site 16A each time at the end of the document 20, the agent can postpone the signing of the document until a later time. For example, if the location of the end-user (applicant) does not have a phone connection or, for example, if a transactional web site is not available at the time when the agent wants to load the data, the data will be stored locally in the portable computer and loaded later. As noted above, this will postpone the printing of the document for signing, since the identification code cannot be assigned until such time as the data is not loaded. When each data set is loaded into the system, the system assigns these data identification code. This code can then be passed back to the agent to use p and the printing of documents 20. The agent will need to re-visit the end user to obtain a signature or agent must send the document by mail to the end user for signature, then the end user sends the document 20 directly to the business client.

Note that for offline processing of forms is possible that a document with a unique identifier can come to business to customer (which may be by Fax) before electronically will come transactional data. In such a scenario, the business client

you must remember the fact that the document came, so when you come transactional data, the system was able to identify that the document has already been adopted, and that transaction data can be processed immediately.

Offline method of data collection provides some flexibility for the business client, when the business client is going to use agents to collect data instead of forcing the end user to enter all the information.

Therefore, it can be seen that the present system is highly effective for integrating the printed document 20 with electronic data 19, originally used for the production of documents. The steps of the preservation of digital data with a unique identification code 32, and then use a unique identification code for the next retrieve this information, are very helpful in reducing, if not eliminate, all manual data entry for the business client. The system uniquely takes advantage of the end-user as operator input data from printed forms in machine-readable format. In cases where the collected data is directly allocated to the business client to confirm the business client will be able to start the loop to receive printed documents. This "pre-processing" of the data collected can significantly reduce the overall processing time and allow the business to the customer more efficiently process of printing documents when you receive them. Electronic production of documents and data retention also reduces the number of postal items needed to complete the application process. For these reasons, it is believed that the present invention represents a significant advancement in technology that has significant commercial value.

Although here shown and described certain specific structural implementation of the invention, the specialists will be evident that various modifications and rearranging the parts may be made without departing from the essence and scope of the underlying inventive concept and that the invention is not limited from the nutrient forms, shown and described herein, except as defined within the appended claims.

1. A system for the electronic production of the printed document that meets the requirements of the individual end-user, and integrating this data document used to create a document that contains a computer network; a computer for data input connected with said computer network; transactional network site connected to the computer network, these transactional network site is available for the above-mentioned computer to enter data through a computer network and has software to create a document that is programmed to request data to create a document referred to the end user, and use at least part of the data provided by the end user, for create a document that should be printed for the end user; a software tool placed on said transactional network site, for generating a unique identification code, associating it with at least part of the collected personalized data, generate printable output representation of the identification code and the introduction of the mentioned representation of the identification code in prospect the software to create the document to ensure that it is printing on said document; network-accessible database, which mentions transactional network site allows you to store at least part of the mentioned data and associated mentioned unique identification code; a printing device for printing at least part of the above document, which includes at least part of these data and said unique identification code; network website business client connected with said computer network, and referred to the network site business customer has the facility to read the mentioned unique identification code and use this code to automatically access, at least part of the mentioned data in the network database and to automatically process the selected data.

2. The system according to claim 1, in which the aforementioned suitable for printing the representation of the identification code is a bar code.

3. The system according to claim 2, in which the software can function as a means to generate printable output representation of the element detecting fraud for printing on any of the mentioned document.

4. The system according to claim 1, in which the aforementioned suitable for printing the representation of the identification code contains a string of alphanumeric characters.

5. The system according to claim 4,in which the mentioned software tool can function as a means to generate printable output representation of the element detecting fraud for printing on the document.

6. The system according to claim 1, in which the mentioned software tool can function as a means to generate printable output representation of the element detecting fraud for printing on any of the mentioned document.

7. The system according to claim 1, in which the network-accessible database contains a database that is connected with the transactional network site, and in which the network site business client uses a unique identification code for the automatic extraction of statistical data from the network-accessible database.

8. The system according to claim 1, in which the network-accessible database contains a first database connected to a transactional network site, and also a second database connected to a network site business customer, and in which said data and a unique identification code is automatically stored in the first and second databases.

9. The system according to claim 1, in which the mentioned software to create the document is programmed to query by providing the request in the current time personalized data from the end-user to create the above document.

10. The system according to claim 1, in which said data to create the document get by a fillable electronic form.

11. The system according to claim 1, in which said data to create a document is and receive via electronic questionnaires.

12. The system according to claim 9, which is suitable for printing the representation of the identification code is a bar code.

13. The system according to claim 9, which is suitable for printing the representation of the identification code contains a string of alphanumeric characters.

14. The system according to claim 9, in which the mentioned software tool works to create printable output representation of the element detecting fraud for printing it on the document.

15. The system according to claim 9, in which the network-accessible database contains a database that is connected with the transactional network site, and in which the network site business client uses the unique identification code to automatically extract such data from the network-accessible database.

16. The system according to claim 1, in which the aforementioned printing device is in direct engagement with the said computer for entering data, and end-user types, at least part of the above document.

17. The system of clause 16, which mentions the end user provides the above-mentioned document of the business to the client.

18. System 17, in which the said document contains a signature.

19. The production method of electronic printed document and integrate the mentioned document electronically the mi data used to create the above document, which includes operations of data collection to create a document to the end user and the input of these data through a computer network accessible over the network transactional network site, these transactional network site includes software programmed to request data for a document is created with the end user and use at least part of the data provided by the end user to create a document that should be printed for the end user and provided to the business customer; assigning the collected data unique identification code; storing at least part of the collected data and unique identification code in a network accessible database, provided by the aforementioned transactional network site; generate printable output representation of the unique identification code; electronic production suitable for printing the representation of the document provided to the end user business customer, this document contains, at least part of the collected data and is suitable for printing the representation of the unique identification code; printing at least part of the above document signing a printed document; submission of a signed document business client; enter the identification code provided by the business client, document and sampling at least part of the data collected from the network-accessible database using the identification code.

20. The method according to claim 19, comprising the operation of creating and developing suitable for printing the representation of the element detecting forgery is printed on the document.

21. The method according to claim 19, containing a confirmation operation by the end user of the reliability of the data collected prior to the printing of the document.

22. The method according to claim 19, in which said operation data collection is performed completely for several separate interactive sessions, with the first part of the data is entered and stored in the first communication session and the second portion of the data is introduced in the second session.

23. The method according to claim 19, in which the mentioned network-accessible database contains a database connected to transactional network site, the operation of accessing the collected data includes a sample of data from this network-accessible database.

24. The method according to claim 19, in which the network-accessible database contains a first database connected to a transactional network site also contains a second database connected to a network site b is carried-client while the collected data and the unique identification code is automatically stored in the above-mentioned first and second databases, and operation of access to the collected data includes accessing data from a second database.

25. The method according to claim 19, in which software for document creation requests in the active mode, the data from the end-user.

26. The method according A.25, in which software for document creation requests in the active mode, the data from the end user via a fillable electronic form.

27. The method according A.25, in which software for document creation requests in the active mode, the data from the end user via electronic questionnaires.

28. The method according to claim 19, in which the aforementioned printing device is in direct engagement with the said computer for data entry and printing operation, at least part of the above document is performed by the end user.



 

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The invention relates to search and locate documents based on their descriptions in different databases and information resources with different standards document generation

FIELD: data access technologies.

SUBSTANCE: method includes assignment of simplified network address, recording URL and converting numbers into storage system with net access, inputting assigned number into computer, transferring inputted number to storage system, converting number to URL, receiving page matching URL, and displaying it. Method for use in operation systems for message transfer include intercepting system level messages to certain objects and forming pseudonym messages during that. Systems realize said methods.

EFFECT: broader functional capabilities.

12 cl, 30 dwg

FIELD: computers.

SUBSTANCE: system has entries memory block, words memory block, control block, substitutions block, n blocks for searching and replacing.

EFFECT: broader functional capabilities.

17 dwg

FIELD: computers.

SUBSTANCE: system has nine registers, four address selectors, triggers, AND elements, OR elements and delay elements.

EFFECT: higher speed.

8 dwg

FIELD: computers.

SUBSTANCE: system has operation mode setting block, first and second blocks for selecting records addresses, block for forming addresses for reading records, data output block, first and second record codes comparison blocks, records quality comparison block, year intervals comparison block, records selection control block, register, adder and OR elements.

EFFECT: higher speed of operation.

10 dwg

FIELD: computers.

SUBSTANCE: system has memory for programs, including browser, display block, database for storing documents, addressing control block, while each document of base has at least one link with indicator of its unique number and indicator with address of program for control stored in addressing control block, system contains also, connected by data buses and control of other blocks of system, memory for links of couples of unique numbers of links and forming means for lists of unique numbers of documents links, which are interconnected.

EFFECT: higher efficiency.

2 cl, 1 dwg

FIELD: telecommunication networks.

SUBSTANCE: messages, sent by cell phones, are formed by means of printed and public-distributed classifier, wherein at least one category is made with possible detection of at least one identifier of individual mark of object, identifier is sent by sender via at least one message to computer server with software, which transfers such message into database record at server for its transfer to at least one receiver, or searches for such record in database at server in accordance to received message and transfers to sender of such message at least one found database record.

EFFECT: broader functional capabilities.

2 dwg

FIELD: web technologies.

SUBSTANCE: method for integration of printed business documents, requiring original signature, with electronic data concerning these documents and later extraction of data, inputted for forming documents, is characterized by steps for forcing end user or agent to input all necessary data for forming of required document, saving collected data in database, linking saved data to unique ID code and printing unique ID code on printed document during printing. Printed documents is signed by end user and sent together with supporting documentation. When document is received by business-client, business-client inputs ID code, which is then used for access to saved data, and updates private database of business-client with all data, used for creation of original documents.

EFFECT: higher efficiency.

2 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: computer science.

SUBSTANCE: device has string memory block, comparator, memory block for words and substitutes, block for analysis and forming of displacement results, block for storing string address, control block.

EFFECT: broader functional capabilities, higher reliability.

10 dwg

FIELD: data bases.

SUBSTANCE: method includes presenting operations at all levels of company in form typical product life cycle tree, wherein existing objective functional-technological connections of each manufacture stage are decomposed, and forming information system in form of pertinent-relevant complex information system and search, for which typical structure-information modules of information system are formed, system objective information requirements of data consumers, being a result of decompositions by levels of operations and problems, are determined as precisely as possible, data base of found documents in form of files is formed of key nodes with set of elementary data block for each system information requirement and files of information system modules, starting from lower levels of current stage and then upwards, while each data block has a list of pertinent documents ordered by determined information requirements.

EFFECT: higher search efficiency.

13 cl, 11 dwg

FIELD: computer science.

SUBSTANCE: system has first, second, third, fourth and fifth registers, first and second memory blocks, first, second and third decoders, triggers, elements AND, OR and delay elements.

EFFECT: higher speed of operation.

1 dwg

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