Digital optical recording (DOR) technology lends itself particularly well to handling information at high data rates and to storage of large amounts of information per disc, thereby making this technology especially useful for present and future medical appli cations. Recent advances in high density modulations, parallel recording, and aisc for matting have increased the utility of this technology.
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