What Is Meant By The Term DIP (Document Image Processing) And How Does It Works?


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DIP (Document Image Processing)
Document Image Processing is an electronic form of filing. In a DIP system, a document is passed through a scanner and a digitized image is then stored on a storage device (perhaps an optical disk). This can then be retrieved and shown on a computer screen. The image of the document can include handwriting and diagrams.

The process is the same as that employed in fax machine technology. That is, the image is recorded but the system does not identify the marks on the paper as letters or numbers. A scanner scans a whole page of input and records a pattern of dots, according to whether areas of the paper original are black or white.

An example of a DIP system is that a manufacturer has indicated that one optical disk could contain 60,000 pages of A4. Some DIP system not only stores the electronic image of a document, but also allows stored documents to be used in other office system. It might be possible to display, on a VDU, both a scanned document and keyed-in text commentary (which can be stored with a file, for example, of a subsequent telephone conversation about a dispute referred to in a letter).
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Karl Sagan answered

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