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digitization

the conversion of an analogue variable to a digital one, i.e. a continuous variable into a set of numbers. Used in biomechanics to describe the derivation of co-ordinate data from video (or cine) pictures, e.g. plotting the co-ordinates of markers on the body.
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She supervised the British Library's program to digitize material from unique and rare collections and worked in collaborative programs to provide new electronic finding aids for archives in the U.
Atterbury Consultants of Beaverton, Oregon (503/646-5393), is heavily GIS forest-oriented, sells know-how, digitizes maps, markets application hardware, offers ESRI-oriented training and software, even runs a catchy forest-products boutique.
At some schools, this has translated into efforts to digitize art and art history collections; at others, it has spawned an entirely new breed of data that allows for three-dimensional representations to become part of the knowledge base.
In order to evaluate this model, the author used it to reconsider the first DLP digitization project, an internally-funded project to digitize the Lilly Library's Frank M.
Digitize the physician's information gathering (picture the doc at the bedside tapping radio buttons on a wireless FDA and scrawling a few notes).
75) and that it may soon be cheaper to digitize collections than to store them, others agree with Bruce Bruemmer, coordinator for Digital Projects at the University of Minnesota, that scanning costs represent only 25 percent of total costs for digitizing projects.
The end user can now do 'CAD to Part' repeatable alignments, digitize by time and distance to speed up the inspection process, 'best fit planes' and probe compensation to accurately measure features for inspection as well as a multitude of advanced reverse engineering tasks.
It's a thrill to join this team at this exciting stage in Digitize.
The initiative announced today to digitize, index and archive millions of presidential documents, manuscripts, photographs and audio/visual recordings at a presidential library collection is the first of its kind in the nation.
As a cost-effective solution, BookDrive enables businesses worldwide to automatically digitize content such as books, bound documents and magazines.
Under terms of the agreement, libraries who digitize their print materials into PDF using Kirtas Technologies' software and hardware now have the option of seamlessly and effortlessly implementing it into ebrary's OnDemand(TM) platform.