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Noun1.soft copy - (computer science) matter that is in a form that a computer can store or display it on a computer screen; "he sent them soft copy of the report"
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
matter - written works (especially in books or magazines); "he always took some reading matter with him on the plane"
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image d'écran
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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.
The final product can be easily produced and disseminated to a variety of users in both hardcopy and softcopy formats.
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.
The cross-compatibility of the viewer's annotations have also been improved by utilizing Softcopy Presentation State and Compound Graphic Objects when loading and saving the annotations.
Tenders are invited for Subscription Of Hard Copies And Softcopy Of Journals For Central Library, Gsi, Chq, Kolkata And Online Journals
Winners will receive a signed softcopy book by the author which will be mailed to you at no cost.
The softcopy is downloadable via the organisations' respective websites: IFSB: http://www.
Softcopy viewing functionality has developed synergistically and in parallel with mega-slice computed tomography (CT) and multiseries magnetic resonance (MR).
This solution emphasizes the electronic collection and distribution of digital imaging data including: digital storage and transmission of imaging data, softcopy workstations for efficient interpretation by radiologists, automated voice interpretation for generation of reports and electronic and secure distribution via the web of images and reports to referring physicians.
has received FDA approval to expand the use of its ImageChecker D product for CAD processing of images acquired with the Siemens Medical Solutions MAMMOMAT(R) NovationDR and viewed on Siemens' MammoReportPlus softcopy reporting workstation.
DigitalNow represents the latest advance, developed for the vast majority of mammography practices that foresee digital in their future and want to be able to transition seamlessly to softcopy reading.
Every printed map or softcopy product distributed represented a compromise between the needs of differing users, none of whom received an ideal product.