The Brady Guide to CD-ROM
Helps you understand and evaluate CD-ROM's vast potential for your business or library. Thorough and practical, the book gives you an overview of CDs and how they are being extended into new and diversified uses. You'll also find a straightforward, objective examination of cost, advanced hardware "how-to" tips, software development considerations, database preparation for pre-mastering, and how to begin, install, and run your own CD-ROM project.
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An Overview of Optical Storage
The Steps in Producing a CDROM Application
The Technology You Need to Know
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ASCII B-tree beam bit-mapped BlueFish bytes catalog CD Audio CD-I CD-ROM application CD-ROM database CD-ROM disc CD-ROM drives channel bits Chapter color command language compact disc companies contains customer number designed DIALOG diskette display documents Electronic encoding error correction example Figure format full-text function keys graphics hard disk hardware High Sierra IBM PC images Information Dimensions inverted index key record index keyword laser LaserSearch look magnetic manufacturers Mbytes MicroBASIS Mode MS-DOS on-line OnDisc operating system optical option output photodetector pixel player premastering Reteaco retrieval set retrieval software Sample Search search log search request search term sector service bureau signal SilverPlatter Sony specific standard storage stored subcode tape Technology tion titles track trademark updated user chooses user interface user selects user types VENIX wildcard word