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Page 29 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 17, Issue 8 [page]

1984 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
Optical digital disks or other disk systems which record and make the information immediately available, function best and most cost efficiently if one records the digital images of documents, which have  ...  Briefly, within this schema for future systems, we at A.B. Dick look upon a sheet of file film as an auto- matable, case record memory element from which images can be transmitted.  ... 

Page 52 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 19, Issue 7 [page]

1986 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
The Plexus software al- lows users to back-up and archive data on the disk using standard UNIX utilities and allows an entire UNIX file structure to be copied from magnetic media to the optical disk to  ...  be used as a UNIX read- only files system.  ... 

Microfilm is dead: long live photo/optical image recording

D R Wolf
1984 The Journal of information and image management : JIIM  
Optical digital disks or other disk systems which record and make the information immediately available, function best and most cost efficiently if one records the digital images of documents, which have  ...  If one studies the forecasts, it appears that optical disk systems will come, perhaps within months, including optical disk juke boxes.  ... 
pmid:10267432 fatcat:6c6o3rfzjzawtg7jnzdmi6hncm

Page 5 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 27, Issue 3 [page]

1993 The Information Management Journal  
Optical disk systems used for records and infor- mation systems utilize a high-pow- ered laser to record information on the disk surface and then lower- powered laser to read the informa- tion.  ...  Optical disk systems usually fall into two general categories: (1) semi-automatic or “optical filing systems” discussed earlier, and (2) distributed-processing (potentially organization-wide) systems.  ... 

Page 28 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 31, Issue 3 [page]

1997 The Information Management Journal  
Optical Storage—The optical stor- age sub-system, which is still likely to be based on write-one read-many (WORM) disk technology, contains document images that have been scanned into the system.  ...  NETWORK ACCESS CONTROL MONITORING INTERNET COMMUNICA- TIONS IMAGE TRANSMISSION FILE AND IMAGE STORAGE MGMT SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROLS BACK-UP AND RECOVERY MEMORY AND CPU MGMT sion tracking, etc.  ... 

Page 37 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 19, Issue 4 [page]

1986 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
year; @ Sixty percent of all paper in a business entity is externally generated; © Document storage and retrieval is becoming mandatory for corporate growth; © Hybrid computer and optical memory systems  ...  IMAGE PROCESSING DRIVING FORCES © Paper is not going to disappear in our lifetime (less than 10 percent of the corporate memory resides in computer systems); © The average paper file grows 25 percent per  ... 

Page 38 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 17, Issue 7 [page]

1984 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
Active files, notebooks, as well as working files in various forms of computer memory are examples of the second class.  ...  Te oe Advantages of Optical Data Disks (ODD) example of the fourth class. Data and document handling are automated and performed by the computer system, usually a centralized mainframe.  ... 

Page 60 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 24, Issue 2 [page]

1990 The Information Management Journal  
Handbook of Optical Memory Systems will lead the audi- ence through jungles of misinformation to a true under- standing of capabilities of various systems.  ...  T208/W208—Microimaging Techniques: A Practical Approach to Micrographics and Optical Disk Document Systems Conversion Tuesday 3:45PM-5:00PM Wednesday 9:00AM-10:15AM Lee O.  ... 

Economics of image and document handling: the changing role of micrographics

K W Otten
1984 The Journal of information and image management : JIIM  
systems with magnetic or optical data disks.  ...  The various tasks associated with image and document handling are analyzed with respect to properties of competing technologies and media, such as micrographics, video technologies and interactive computer  ...  interactive computer systems with magnetic or optical data disks.  ... 
pmid:10266987 fatcat:hivbpzbw6fc23c4obl4zmxyogu

Mass information storage systems and records management: competing technologies and systems concepts

K W Otten
1984 The Journal of information and image management : JIIM  
Properties of challenging technologies (magnetic mass memories, optical data disks) and associated systems concepts are compared with those of paper- and micrographics-based systems.  ...  The need to document on paper and store on microform is reduced in applications where information is now communicated and administered in interactive computer-based systems.  ...  MICROFORMS Image records only: microfilmed documents, COM- produced images Siow (multiple-step microfilming and indexing) Modest (may involve manual media handling) Modest OPTICAL DATA DISK Any record:  ... 
pmid:10268374 fatcat:3sdhpmva7rdura5d2tfmnedwri

Page 43 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 15, Issue 10 [page]

1983 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
3M’s File Management Systems Division has developed the Model 136 Reader, a 3/4-size blowback microfiche reader which can be used to view source document or COM-produced images.  ...  The system utilizes dual micro-floppy disks. The IS!-6000’s microfiche section is capable of utilizing reduction ratios of 20X to 72X.  ... 

Page 27 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 15, Issue 11 [page]

1983 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
A certain medium-sized unit utilizes a 780-microfiche carousel storage and dis- play terminal coupled to a minicomputer with a five-megabyte disk memory.  ...  Another system can control 25 million document images, all in a single system.  ... 

Page 41 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 19, Issue 1 [page]

1986 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
Optimem has devel- oped an installable device driver to sup- port the use of a high-capacity optical disk drive under PC-DOS, along with the util- ity software needed for large-scale file management.  ...  This enables the user to write DOS-compatible files to the optical disk and manage the data on the 1-billion byte Optimem 1001 optical disk—the equivalent of 50 standard 20MB AT hard disk drives—and permits  ... 

Page 34 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 15, Issue 5 [page]

1982 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
These Optical Disk Memories (ODM) are conceptually capable of high-density storage of digitized images.  ...  Optical Disk Memories (ODM) In the future, some six to eight years from now, a device that is related to the new video entertainment disc may become available for digitized image storage.  ... 

A SONY M-O DRIVE-BASED DATA ACQUISITION AND STORAGE PROTOTYPE SYSTEM

T.T. CHIANG, Y.K. TANG, L. GUPTA, S. COOPERMAN, P. CHU, D. NGUYEN
1991 Journal of the Magnetics Society of Japan  
The prototype system configuration is based on four parallel transfer Sony 5 1/4" Magneto Optical (M-O) disk drives and a high-speed I/O computer (Aptec IOC-24).  ...  The overall system utilizes open system architecture, modular design, off-the-shelf hardware, and customized software.  ...  Concurrently, Aptec 1/0 processors transfer data from a filled memory buffer to an array of optical disks.  ... 
doi:10.3379/jmsjmag.15.s1_437 fatcat:qqvbk3ze4bbqhpmesclomuo5se
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