Document Image Processing
- Is a technique for using electronic images of paper documents in an information retrieval system. Also simply called DIP. DIP enables the electronic storage of complete paper documents in (typically) optical storage systems which are capable of storing large amounts of documents. The documents can then be more easily accessed by a large number of document users. See also Item Image Processing and Image Plus.
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Document Image Processing — archive system for documents and images, image processing system for documents … English contemporary dictionary
document image processing — /ˌdɒkjυmənt ɪmɪdʒ ˌprəυsesɪŋ/ noun a system for scanning documents, such as cheques, and storing the information in a retrieval system … Dictionary of banking and finance
Item Image Processing — A specialised form of Document Image Processing which is used to process cheques at high speed. Also simply called IIP. Both sides of the cheque are scanned simultaneously. The cheque image can then be stored electronically and the physical… … International financial encyclopaedia
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Image Plus — An IBM Document Image Processing system. It operates on the AS/400, RS/6000 and PS/2 range of computers … International financial encyclopaedia
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