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I see one document (PDF), when i try to copy its text (one paragraph), it gives me as:

Theunderlyingproblemisageneralmodelselectionproblem,wherewehavetocompare twomodelsM1andM2suchthatmodelM1isevaluatedwithrespecttothetrainingsetD1, whilemodelM2isevaluatedwithrespecttothetrainingsetD2.Ofcourse,forthisproblem tobemeaningful,weassumethatD1andD2arebothsampledfromthesameunderlying distribution.

That mean it is in combined form (removed spaces) so that we can extract individual words directly.

Now, i would also like to transform my personal writings (pdf) in Latex so that it will not be readable by the system. If some one copy its text and past in other editor, then it will removes inter word spaces. Or any text reading software could not read it.

For example: if some one copy above paragraph from my PDF file and past in another editor, then it will be looks like:

Now,iwouldalsoliketotransformmypersonalwritings (pdf) in Latexsothatitwillnotbereadablebythesystem.Ifsomeonecopy itstextandpastinothereditor,thenitwillremovesinterword spaces.Oranytextreadingsoftwarecouldnotreadit.

Thanks in advance.

marked as duplicate by Andrew Swann, Mensch, T. Verron, mafp, Claudio Fiandrino Jun 5 '13 at 12:27

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  • It is not clear what you are asking. Can you describe your workflow and what result you would like to achieve? – Andrew Swann Jun 5 '13 at 9:49
  • I think now it is more clear. – DataMiner Jun 5 '13 at 10:08
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    OCR software will always be capable to read your PDF. – egreg Jun 5 '13 at 10:26
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    Does this question tex.stackexchange.com/q/11307/15925 help you? – Andrew Swann Jun 5 '13 at 10:28
  • @Andrew: Yes you are right. – DataMiner Jun 5 '13 at 10:53

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