Computerized Document Imaging Systems: Technology and Applications
Artech House, Jan 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
Designed for information systems professionals, including IS, DP, MIS, LAN, and systems managers, this text provides a source of introductory information for those involved with decision-making processes related to information systems. Suitable as a University course text in MIS programs, the book also covers the subject in sufficient detail for the more technically orientated.
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Document Imaging Concepts
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allows users ARCnet automatically automation bandwidth batch capabilities companies components compound documents compression configuration cost DASD database DECimage EXpress DECwindows desktop devices display docu document imaging systems electronic environment Ethernet facilities Fax Server FDDI FileNet FileNet Corp format frame relay functions graphics handle hardware Hewlett-Packard IBM's image documents image files image processing ImagePlus imaging applications implementation integration interface inverse multiplexer ISDN jukebox Kbps kiosk mainframe Mbps ment menu modules monitor multimedia multiple objects offers operating system optical disk packet performance printer protocol provides query queue retrieval routers routing scanners scanning server specific standard station storage stored switched terminal emulation tion token ring token-ring traffic transmission types Unisys vendors videoconferencing VSAT Windows workflow workstation