CD-ROM and Optical Publishing Systems: An Assessment of the Impact of Optical Read-only Memory Systems on the Information Industry and a Comparison Between Them and Traditional Paper, Microfilm, and Online Publishing Systems
A guide to the use of CD ROM in publishing includes discussions of document retrieval, displaying images, and data protection
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