A software development team at the University of Nottingham has developed a software system that can help users with their understanding of computer text.
The technology, called S-Plus, allows a computer user to easily edit text without the need for a professional text editor.
It was developed by the group of computer science PhD students.
Their research, published in the journal Computer Science & Engineering, is the latest example of a major research team using computer software to help a wide range of people to understand and modify text, said the study’s lead author, John Moseley.
The software can also be used to help people with other problems.
The team has already used it to create a digital video editor for a school teacher and to create interactive diagrams and tables for a student in a field.
The new system, called “S-Plus”, is similar to the software that was used by the University’s Computer Graphics Institute to help its students with their first-year computer graphics class.
The S-plus software works by combining the knowledge of a number of users in the room.
Each user has their own understanding of the information being presented.
A computer user will start by drawing the text using a tool that uses a colour space to indicate what information should be drawn.
This tool then looks at a list of available colours and uses that to select a colour to match.
This is what a user sees in the tool as they edit the text.
Another user, called a “viewer”, then selects a colour from the list to view the selected text.
A third user will then highlight the selected part of the text and then choose the correct colour to edit the part of it that they want to edit.
Once the three users have finished editing the text, they can then share this information with others using an email link, using a desktop browser or other device.
The system is a simple, open source program that uses basic features of the desktop environment.
S- Plus is designed to be used in a variety of different ways.
Some people will use it for a quick and simple way of editing text.
Others will use the system to help them create diagrams or tables of text that they can use in their own work.
Some users will use S- plus to help understand and improve text.
Other users will create and edit the information that is displayed.
The aim of S- and S- users is to be able to understand how the text in their work is being produced and edited, Mosely said.
“It’s a little bit like a web browser that you can go and use to explore a website,” he said.
It will be interesting to see how users respond to the technology, he said, and whether it has an impact on their work.
“We’re not suggesting that it’s a magic bullet, but it does have a significant effect on the way that people work,” he added.