30 January 1990 Document Image Processing The New Image Processing Frontier
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The nineteen nineties will usher in a new era in image processing systems. The maturation of the technologies required to capture, store, process, retrieve, display and distribute documents electronically will enable government and industry to implement large scale, highly productive and cost effective, document image processing (DIP) systems. This new information processing technology will greatly enhance our ability to deal with the ever increasing volume of paper documents that have become the hallmark of our knowledge based societies. This paper briefly discusses the forces driving the evolution of DIP systems and the DIP marketplace. Technical considerations and technology trends, involved in determining a realistic and successful approach to implementing a DIP system, are also presented.
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Jerry P. Skelton, Jerry P. Skelton, Anthony P. Cavallo, Anthony P. Cavallo, Julie Peternick, Julie Peternick, } "Document Image Processing The New Image Processing Frontier", Proc. SPIE 1153, Applications of Digital Image Processing XII, (30 January 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.962346; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962346
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