Avedon, Don M.; Courtot, Marilyn E. Glossary of Imaging
Technology. AIIM TR2-1992. Silver Spring, MD: Association for Information and Image
Management; 1992. A comprehensive glossary of technical terms.
Bellardo, Lewis J.; Bellardo, Lynn Lady, compilers. A
Glossary for Archivists, Manuscript Curators, and Records Managers. Chicago: Society
of American Archivists; 1992. 45 pp. (Archival Fundamental Series).
Datapro Reports on Document Imaging Systems. User's Guide
and Glossary. McGraw-Hill; Delran, New Jersey; February 1994.
Moore, Andy. The Imaging Glossary, Electronic Document
and Image Processing Terms, Acronyms and Concepts. 1991
Stoddard, Brooke. "Terms Widely Used in Image
Processing." Government Computer News; April 29, 1991; vol. 10, no. 9: 16.
Applying Technology to Record Systems--A Media Guideline.
Washington, DC: U.S. General Services Administration; May 1993.132 pp. ISBN 0-16-041784-8.
Information Resources Management Service publication number KML-93-1-R. This publication
was created by the GSA to help federal agency personnel understand their media options.
Cinnamon, Barry; Nees, Richard. The Optical
Disk...Gateway to 2000. Silver Spring, MD: Association for Information and Image
Management; 1991. 72 pp. ISBN 0892582189. Overall introduction to optical disk technology
and systems; includes bibliography.
D'Alleyrand, Marc R. Image Storage and Retrieval
Systems: A New Approach to Records Management. New York: McGraw-Hill; 1989. 246 pp.
ISBN 0070152314. Part A provides a short but excellent tutorial in the theories of
information retrieval and indexing; Part B, a detailed discussion of data and image
capture technologies; Part C, a plan for designing a system. Chapter 10 is specific to
Electronic Imaging Request for Proposal (RFP) Guidelines.
Silver Spring, MD: Association for Information and Image Management; 1991. 34 pp.
(Technical Report for Information and Image Management AIIM TR27-1991). ISBN 0892582227.
Provides guidelines for developing proposals for imaging systems. Gives "step by step
procedures for analyzing system requirements, developing functional specifications, and
evaluating configuration alternatives."
Hendley, A.M. A Technical Introduction: Document Image
Processing. Manchester, England: National Computing Centre; 1990. 301 pp. Provides a
conceptual introduction to the issues involved in and theories behind DIP in addition to
technical matter. Covers all aspects of DIP. Broad but in-depth. Includes some discussion
Waegemann, C. Peter. The Handbook of Optical Memory
Systems: Feasibility, Design, Implementation. Newton, MA: Optical Disk Institute;
1989. Focuses on uses of the technology; but gives excellent, brief discussions of various
theoretical issues. Includes a list of vendors and consultants.
Digital Image Capture
Image Acquisition. New Jersey: McGraw-Hill; February
1994. 57 pp. Datapro Reports on Document Imaging Systems. Brief overview of market and
technology trends followed by product specification charts. Covers scanners and optical
Roth, Judith Paris, ed. Converting Information for WORM
Optical Storage: A Case Study Approach. Westport, CT: Meckler; 1990. 284 pp. ISBN:
0887363806. Part 1 covers conversion models and methodology; part 2, user experiences,
including the National Archives and National Library of Medicine, and various commercial
or trademarked systems. Includes a glossary, bibliography, and directory of firms and
Schantz, Herbert F. Optical Digital Imaging Text Systems.
Silver Spring, MD: Association for Information and Image Management; 1991. 45 pp. (AIIM
Resource Report). Covers various ODIT and OCR systems; discusses technology, trends, and
Optical Media Storage
Abraham, Robert C.; Freeman, Raymond C., Jr.; Mass
Storage Solutions. Santa Barbara, CA: Freeman Associates; 1991. 140 pp. (Freeman
Reports). Contains two parts: 1) market assessment through 1995; 2) product specification
charts. Includes glossary and producer profiles. Covers WORM, magneto-optical, CD-ROM, and
various tape-based systems.
Behera, Bailochan; Singh, Harpreet. Optical Storage
Performance Modeling and Evaluation. Optical Information Systems; 1990; 10(5):
275-286. ISSN: 0886-5809. Evaluates various storage media for long-term archival storage
of large amounts of data. Proposes three evaluation models.
Campbell, David K. and Kraig Proehl. Optical Advances.
BYTE; 19(3) March 1994: 107-116. Explains how MO storage is poised to dramatically
increase data storage and describes MO as a solution for storage-hungry applications such
as image management.
Digital Imaging and Optical Media Storage Systems:
Guidelines for State and Local Government Agencies. Washington, DC: National Archives
and Records Administration and National Association of Government Archives and Records
Administrators. December 1991. 87 pp.
Optical Digital Image Storage System: Project Report.
Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration Research and Evaluation
Staff. March 1991. 378 pp.
Podio, Fernando. Development of a Testing Methodology to
Predict Optical Disk Life Expectancy Values. Washington, DC: National Institute of
Standards and Technology. NIST Special Publication 500-200; December 1991. 96 pp.
Roth, Judith Paris, ed. Case Studies of Optical Storage
Applications. Westport, CT: Meckler; 1990. 139 pp. ISBN: 0887365353. User experiences
with various commercial or government optical storage systems, including the National
Library of Medicine and the United States Navy. This is the first collection of such
reports. Includes bibliography, glossary, and a 20-page listing of existing systems (8
pages of Federal and State listings).
Roth, Judith Paris, ed. Essential Guide to Multifunction
Optical Storage. Westport, CT: Meckler; 1991. 134 pp. ISBN 0887367518. Includes a
42-page, annotated "Directory of Organizations and Individuals" providing
rewritable optical technology; a bibliography; and a glossary. Note the following two
chapters (remaining chapters provide vendor specific information):
Stevens, John J. Rewritable Media Manufacturing for
Multifunctional Optical Disk Drives. Chapter 5, pp. 45-51. Describes physical
characteristics of magneto-optic disks.
Berg, Brian A. Software Considerations for Rewritable
and Multifunction Optical Drives. Chapter 6, pp. 52-60. Focuses on the SCSI-2 standard
and discusses efforts towards a universal logical format for rewritable optical digital
data disks (ANSI X3B11.1).
Saffady, William. Stability, Care and Handling of
Microforms, Magnetic Media and Optical Disks. Library Technology Reports; Jan.-Feb.
1991; 27(1): 5- 116. ISSN: 0024-2586. Optical disks, pp.63-67. Covers stability and wear,
giving guidelines for daily use. 28-page bibliography.
Saffady, William. Optical Storage Technology 1990-91: A
State of the Art Review. Westport, CT: Meckler; 1990. 230 pp. ISBN 0887365949. Updated
annually. The current edition of this comprehensive review covers CD-ROM, read/write
optical digital data disks, and optical cards and tape, and includes a 71-page
Image Storage. New Jersey: McGraw-Hill; February
1994. 54 pp. Datapro Reports on Document Imaging Systems. Overview of market and
technology trends followed by product specification charts. Covers optical storage:
jukeboxes, multifunction/rewritable drives, and other drives.
Retrieval and Output
Image Distribution. New Jersey: McGraw-Hill; February 1994.
37 pp. Datapro Reports on Document Imaging Systems. Overview of market and technology
trends followed by product specification charts. Covers laser printers, large screen
displays, and facsimile.
Baronas, Jean. An Introduction to the Association For
Information and Image Management's Standards Program and Its Electronic Image Management
(EIM) Standards. Silver Spring, MD: AIIM Standards Activity Status Report dated April
1994. 22 pp.
Courtot, Marilyn. Document Imaging Standards
Development: How, Why, and for Whom? Silver Spring, MD: Association for Information
and Image Management; 1992. 60 pp. (AIIM Resource Report). Overview of the standards
process and discussion of existing standards.
Courtot, Marilyn. Imaging Standards. Silver Spring,
MD: Association for Information and Image Management; 1991. 52 pp. (AIIM Resource Report).
Courtot, Marilyn. Impact of Optical Storage Standards on
the Image and Information Industry. Optical Information Systems; 1990; 10(2): 70-74.
ISSN: 0886-5809. Reviews standards in the optical storage industry, focusing on image
capture and image output processes.
Information Management Policy
The Expungement of Information Recorded on Optical
Write-Once-Read-Many (WORM) Systems. Silver Spring, MD: Association for Information
and Image Management; 1991. 5 pp. (Technical Report for Information and Image Management
AIIM TR28-1991). ISBN 0892582235. Prescribes practices for the court-ordered expungement
of information on WORM optical digital data disks. Intended for use by public offices,
records managers, and archives. Prepared by the AIIM C18 Public Records Committee. Under
revision, 1995; to include rewritable disks.
The Use of Optical Disks for Public Records. Silver
Spring, MD: Association for Information and Image Management; 1990. 33 pp. (Technical
Report for Information and Image Management AIIM TR25-1990. Discusses the use of
electronic image management technologies and methodologies for the storage of long-term
and permanent public records on optical digital data disks. Prepared by the AIIM C18.2
Committee on Digital Imaging for Public Records.
Hall, George M. Image Processing: A Management
Perspective. New York: McGraw-Hill; 1991. 210 pp. ISBN: 0071557467. The most
comprehensive treatment of optical systems management, covering cost/risk analysis,
implementation, legal and security issues, technology, capture, and storage.
McIntosh, Toby J. Federal Information in the Electronic
Age: Policy Issues for the 1990's. Washington, DC: Bureau of National Affairs; 1990.
119 pp. with appendices. ISBN: 1558711708. Focuses on legal issues such as FOIA and agency
search obligations; and covers current agency practices. Comprehensive compilation of
Federal practices and issues.
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Guideline for Admissibility of Records Produced by Information Technology Systems as
Evidence. Silver Spring, MD: Association for Information and Image Management, 1992.
AIIM TR31-1993, Performance Guideline for the Legal
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