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(computer science) matter that is in a form that a computer can store or display it on a computer screen

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The Tactical Input Segment (TIS) is the segment that interfaces with airborne sensor platforms, processes digital sensor data and provides processed and formatted imagery and support data for softcopy exploitation.
At the same time, computed radiography technology for projection radiographs allowed softcopy viewing of these images.
The final product can be easily produced and disseminated to a variety of users in both hardcopy and softcopy formats.
DigitalNow represents the latest advance, developed for the vast majority of mammography practices that foresee digital in their future and want to be able to transition seamlessly to softcopy reading.
Adding a small number of diagnostic workstations enables a few key radiologists to begin softcopy readings while they evaluate required workflow changes.
However, these models are frequently used in an attempt to directly transfer hardcopy documentation into softcopy, and this, as William Horton (1990, p.
including Softcopy of all relevant raw data taken at field etc complete in all respect as directed by the Engineer-in-Charge under Howrah Drainage Sub-Division of Howrah Irrigation Division
The softcopy is downloadable via the organisations' respective websites: IFSB: http://www.
The workflow associated with softcopy reading has been shown to greatly improve mammography reading.
This partnership expands the family of softcopy workstations offered by Fischer.
Every printed map or softcopy product distributed represented a compromise between the needs of differing users, none of whom received an ideal product.
Used with a high-resolution grayscale monitor that permits review of digital images taken of emergency patients immediately after x-ray exposure, this new system eliminates the wait for developed film or softcopy images on a diagnostic reading station.
An important feature of the CX product line is its all-digital design, which maintains digital data throughout the entire display chain, eliminating unwanted image artifacts and providing a crisp, clear display that is critical to softcopy medical viewing.
Testable elements in hardcopy and softcopy information