Optical storage system for shipboard supply documents
Gottlick, Richard C.
Victoriano, Edwin A.
Moore, Thomas P.
Frew, Barry A.
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This thesis attempts to find a better alternative to the manual storage of material issue and receipt documents on the Navy's aircraft carriers and submarine tenders . The objectives were to develop a system that would significantly reduce the labor time required to file the documents, reduce the required storage volume, increase file accuracy, and increase access to file information. Alternatives using current document storage technology were analyzed. A PC-based optical document storage and retrieval system is proposed as the optimum alternative.
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