Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Documental Management Glossary, Letter J

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JEE stands for Java Enterprise Edition or Java Platform, Enterprise Edition, previously known as Java 2, Enterprise Edition (or J2EE). It is an application development platform for apps developed in the Java programming language.

Java is a general-use programming language developed in the 1990s by James Gosling of Sun Microsystems. Gosling based Java on the C and C++ programming languages, which had become widely used since their invention and development in the 1980s.

The advantage that Java offered, compared to other languages, is that it was created with the idea of having the fewest dependencies possible for implementation. Put another way: programmers would write the program once and it could then be executed on any platform. This has made it easier to use this language; and the applications developed in this language have expanded to the point where they’ve become one of the main (and most versatile) ones.

JPEG is the acronym for Joint Photographic Expert Group, the group of photographic experts who created the standard for compressing and codifying digital images, denominated by the same initials.

Image files which have been compressed and coded with this standard are said to be in JPEG format, using the .jpeg or .jpg extension.

JPEG and the Internet are closely related, both because of the time in which both were created, and because of the mutual needs between the two. JPEG has become widespread because of the Internet; but the Internet has also used JPEG to create files that are more visually pleasing without seriously affecting loading times of those pages. This is because images in JPEG format take up less space than other image formats since they’re compressed into smaller files.

The development of digital cameras and smartphones with cameras have established the dominance of this standard and its associated format.

In document management, JPEG is used, among other formats, for the digitization of documents, or document imaging. The Capture mode in Athento permits the processing of documents digitalized in various formats, such as JPEG, TIFF, JPG or PDF.

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