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microfiche

a sheet of film, usually the size of a filing card, on which books, newspapers, documents, etc., can be recorded in miniaturized form

microfiche

[′mī·krə‚fēsh]
(graphic arts)
A microfilm card or sheet used in some information storage systems; consists of a film format about 4 by 6 inches (10 by 15 centimeters) containing microimages of type and other information, with a title heading large enough to be read by the unaided eye.

microfiche

Pronounced "micro-feesh." A 4x6" sheet of film that holds several hundred miniaturized document pages. See micrographics.
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Although we had automated much of the indexing process with TurboScan2000 prior to the Amitech and Parascript partnership, backfile conversion of legacy data on microfiche and microfilm could still be very cost prohibitive.
It's a series of pluses for us: reduced costs, improved productivity, expedited response to customers, and overnight data availability versus the three to four days it takes to create and distribute microfiche.
The microfiche archival product will feature these same capabilities.
ATI will initiate the project by creating electronic images of approximately four million MSRS microfiche images.
COLD technology provides a faster method (seconds) of retrieving documents than with microfiche because COLD technology uses computers and specialized index/retrieval software to access information while microfiche relies on manual methods that are significantly slower (days).
This product offers a superior alternative to paper, microfilm and microfiche by improving the copy quality of cancelled checks," said Deborah Talbot, senior vice president in charge of Chase Global Payment & Treasury Services.
It will have the ability to extract indexes from AFP for use in data retrieval from microfiche.
Aircraft mechanics, engineers, owners, pilots and inspectors currently view the paper document from the shelf, or open up the microfiche reader and spend countless hours searching for the information they seek.
In each case, ImageXchange is being configured to support more than 100 users on a LAN network and will provide multi-users access to documents in seconds versus days for alternative storage and retrieval technologies such as microfilm and microfiche.
Today, NCDC's climate data includes more than 175 million documents, 660 million feet of microfilm, 1 million microfiche, and over 1 petabyte of digital data.
The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (DRC) has over 30,000 microfiche containing information on inmates, parole board hearings, security, and other sensitive information.
Table 3 Market for microfiche, microfilm and other microform readers in the country in question, 2007-2013 (US dollars)