Document Image Processing

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document image processing

[¦däk·yə·mənt ′im·ij ‚prä‚ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
The scanning of paper documents followed by the storage, retrieval, display, and management of the resulting electronic images. Also known as document imaging.

Document Image Processing

(DIP) Storage, management and retrieval of images.
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