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softcopy

/soft'kop-ee/ (by analogy with "hardcopy") A machine-readable ("machinable") form of corresponding hardcopy.
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When a patient is imaged digitally for the first time, the most obvious disadvantage is making the comparison of "apples to oranges," softcopy to hardcopy images.
Sub-images of this size or smaller may be oriented to the ground via a method known as space-resection and subsequently used to generate a DEM using standard forward space-intersection procedures available in most softcopy photogrammetry packages.
Participants in the contest are required to create designs for all the 17 logos and submit the artwork both as softcopy and colour printouts.
WorkstationOne is intended for softcopy reading and interpretation of digital mammography images, and was developed with the goal of assisting radiologists to read digital mammograms efficiently.
Boost radiologist softcopy reading: RadStream includes a patent pending Acuity Index which utilizes a multi-factorial algorithm that prioritizes imaging exams based on a "most likely to interrupt" method that was fully tested and validated by the Cincinnati School of Business.
Wildfong travels throughout the referring physician network installing IntelViewer, Intelerad's softcopy reader, on the clinician's computers or laptops.
"Smaller imaging centers have all the same needs as larger facilities from scheduling patients to softcopy image interpretation, to dictating and distributing reports and archiving images," said Peter McClennen, president of AMICAS.
Softcopy photogrammetric package used to view LIDAR data in a stereo model and to conduct statistical accuracy assessments ("soft copy" means everything is viewed digitally in 3-D--using special glasses--on-screen versus "hard copy," which relies on two printed copies of orthophotos viewed with stereoscopic glasses).
"Now with the advent of the digital softcopy stereoplotter, including our product, Summit Evolution, you can do it from your desktop.
part of the "softcopy photogrammetry" trend characterized by a
has a new brochure that showcases the company's team of professionals and state-of-the-art equipment team is composed of highly qualified professionals including photogrammetrists, engineers, GIS specialists, stereoplotter operators, softcopy compilation technicians, programmers, mapping technicians and support staff.
OLRV, the DFAS standard paperless initiative, takes data reports out of a system and generates an electronic copy (softcopy) of the report.