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This paper examines some of the simpler processing techniques that may usefully be performed on bi-level (two-tone) images by a competent commercial applications programmer if a few basic (albeit complex internally) tools are provided. Such processes include storage, indexing, changing resolution, rotating, trimming, and then display and printing. These processes can provide the facilities for an enterprise to incorporate images and image data into its office systems and into its main line-of-business data processing applications.
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