Inserting JPEG into a PDF file is a simple file copy - given the URI,
bits/pixel and color model. The latter are coded within JPEG files. PDF
stores the image once and allows multiple references to it. Is programmed
caching superior to the caching of the file system?

>From PDF view, memory = (JPEG file size + PDF encoded image) is needed at
most during the lifetime of an output page in memory. Why isn't that so:
device independence, AWT compatibility?

Similar considerations apply to GIF, TIFF and Fax formats.

Hansuli Anderegg

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