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AIIM MS29-1992, Micrographics - Cores and Spools for Microfilm Recording Equipment - Dimensions

This standard covers the common (16mm, 35mm and 105mm widths) cores and spools currently in sue by the microfilm industry in original recording equipment.

AIIM MS35-1990, Recommended Practice for the Requirements and Characteristics of Original Documents That May Be Microfilmed

This standard recommended practice describes the essential requirements and characteristics for the creation of documents that will facilitate microfilming.

AIIM MS36-1990, Reader-Printers for Transparent Microforms - Performance Characteristics

This standard specifies the essential performance characteristics of reader-printers designed to view and make hard copies from roll microfilms and microfilm strips that have a maximum width of 35mm, microfiche, jackets, and image cards with a magnification no greater than 50:1.

AIIM MS38-1995, Standard Recommended for the Microrecording of Engineering Graphics - Computer-Output Microfilm

This document specifies the procedures, dimensions, and quality values governing the micro-recording of engineering documentation with a 35mm Computer-Output Microfilmer (COM).

AIIM MS4-1987, Flowchart Symbols and Their Use in Micrographics

Flowchart symbols, terminology and procedures were designed for use and compatibility with existing ANSI standards for flowchart information processing. These standards are defined in ANSI X.3.5-1970.


AIIM MS41-1996, Dimensions of Unitized Microfilm Carriers and Apertures (Aperture, Camera, Copy and Image Cards)

This standard specifies the dimensions and location of the aperture and carrier for aperture, camera, copy and image cards.

AIIM MS48-1990, Recommended Practice for Microfilming Public Records on Silver Halide Film

This practice covers original first-generation microforms including rolls, microfiche, aperture cards, and jacket film. The practice applies to the microfilming of records of federal, state, local, and other public agencies. It is compatible with government regulations for the microfilming of permanently valuable records and may be used by private industry to comply with public record requirements.

AIIM MS52-1991, Recommended Practice for the Requirements and Characteristics of Documents Intended for Optical Scanning

This standard describes the physical characteristics of paper documents which facilitate black-and-white optical scanning, and the characteristics which make scanningeither difficult or impossible.


AIIM MS53-1993, Standard Recommended Practice - File Format for Storage and Exchange of Images - Bi-Level Image File Format; Part 1

This standard recommended practice specifies a file format for the exchange of bi-level electronic images. It addresses one bit per picture element (pel), bi-level imagery that is either compressed or not compressed and is based on the Open Document Architecture (ODA) Raster Document Application Profile (DAP).

AIIM MS6-1993, Microfilm Packaging Labeling

This standard identifies the information recommended for labels on packages of photographic materials.


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