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microform

[′mī·krə‚fȯrm]
(graphic arts)
A miniature replica of data, such as microfiche or microfilm.

microform

In micrographics, a medium that contains microminiaturized images such as microfiche and microfilm. See micrographics.
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Although we were digitizing microform on an as-needed basis, we found state-of-the-art equipment to speed up the process and we began backfile digitization in April 2005.
* Microform market place 1990-1991: an international directory of micropublishing.
The room now includes microform facilities, a purpose built microform area, improved lighting, as well as microform copies of the collection of archives.
In essence, he argues that the crisis is not with paper-based books and other similar publications, but with the long-term archival longevity of microform and digital copies.
Responding to a related industry problem, NIST has established a microform calibration system for measuring the geometry of diamond indenters with high accuracy.
or more formats (microform, article, issue reprints, electronic) from:
In a similar vein, the intellectual entity known as a "book" is now available as print on paper, as a microform, as an audio tape, as a CD-ROM, and through a Web-based interface or special device--e.g., the Rocket eBook.
These omissions are further compounded by the lack of significant revision of either the text or the bibliography since the original version, available in microform.
Since the human mind "snaps instantly" by association from one idea to the next, Bush proposed a device called a "memex" (for "memory extender")--a kind of giant desk packed with oodles of microform texts that would allow a reader to annotate and quickly rearrange the retrieved information.
This has been available as part of the Forster and Dyce collectioas at the Natioaal Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Londoa, and it has also been published in micro-film by Harvester Microform.(2)
This not only enhances the customer user experience, it saves staff time and consumables for the purchasing organization." In addition to their focus on patron scanners, ADS will be able to offer prospects the full Crowely distribution line which includes production-level blip film, document and aperture cards scanners, as well as the IMAGEhost microform digitization and hosting solution.
Also at the meeting was Neil Bowker, representing the historical archivists, and HTFC business partners, Microform Imaging Ltd.