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softcopy

, soft copy (soft′kop″ē)
An electronic or digitized document. Softcopy images in radiology are stored digital images that can be manipulated to highlight or enhance image quality and radiologic interpretation. They are often used to assure quality of imaging systems in radiology.
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The original imagery and the RRISs are compressed into the JSIPS common format, archived to a D-1 archive tape cassette and sent to the SES for softcopy exploitation over the image LAN.
The number of monitors decreased rapidly in the early PACS years to 4 and then to 2 as users realized that reading in softcopy was radically different from reading film.
Partnering with Cedara enables us to offer the radiologist outstanding softcopy workstation workflow capabilities that will improve their productivity and enhance patient care."
Z/I Imaging provides total end-to-end imaging solutions including aerial cameras, stereo softcopy workstations, photogrammetric scanners and open Microsoft Windows-based image management, processing and distribution software.
The DLA's softcopy CD (NIMA Reference Number CATCDLIMDIS NSN 7644-01-478-4783, 5th Edition, dated December 2001) has replaced the large green catalogs many of you have seen.
Z/I Imaging has announced the evolution of softcopy photogrammetric production systems with its new ImageStation 2001 - the fifth generation of digital production systems.
Instead of printing film, radiologists read softcopy images on seven workstations that are housed in a 1,200 square-foot reading room.
* Product Information: What are the attributes of a quality product in the areas of hardcopy information, softcopy information, and on-line information?
Z/I Imaging is a leading provider of Earth Imaging tools such as aerial cameras, stereo softcopy workstations, photogrammetric scanners, and image management and distribution software.