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This thesis presents a self-organized file cabinet. This file cabinet
uses electronic information to augment the physical world. By using a
scanner to transform documents into electronic files, the
self-organized file cabinet can index the documents on visual and
textual information. The self-organized file cabinet helps the user
find the documents at a later date. The focus of this thesis is on
the design and evaluation of the self-organized file cabinet. User
studies show that this tool is natural to use.
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Senior Honors Thesis. Advisor: Daniela Rus.
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Dawn Lawrie, "Self-Organizing File Cabinet." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report PCS-TR97-313, May 1997.
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