microimage


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microimage

[′mī·krō‚im·ij]
(computer science)
A single image stored on a microform medium.

microimage

In micrographics, any photographic image of information that is too small to be read without magnification.
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The station's dome hovers over the workstation, providing unlimited viewing angles from room-view images to 130x microimages.
It can store precise, high-resolution microimages during the card manufacturing process -- for example, images of all US presidents and all state flags, as in the State Dept.
The book is illustrated with color microimages, color photos of brain sections, and b&w photos and medical images.
The art program includes b&w and color photos, microimages, and diagnostic images.
The art program features color explanatory illustrations of processes on every page, as well as b&w and color photos, microimages, and diagnostic images.
B&w microimages and illustrations are included on almost every page, and chapter references are presented in a numbered, two-column format for readability.
The art program offers b&w and some color illustrations, photos, microimages, and diagnostic images.
The present work is organized in two main parts on color treatments and clarity treatments, with color photos and microimages on almost every page.
Numerous b&w clinical photos and photos of equipment are included, along with b&w microimages.
The art program offers color and b&w photos, drawings, and microimages on almost every page.