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BigData : old problem, new solutions

This project was an incredible one, because it was using a real person’s body (donated to science), that was frozen and then cut into thin slices, and scanned at high resolution to build a complete and realistic database of human anatomy

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Building an effective capture solution – Part 3 of 3 (Storage/Business Policy/Workflow)

We have many educational articles to supplement each of these three components of a solution including some of the following: Building an effective capture solution: Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface) : Network scanning , mobile , multistream/color dropout Part 2 of 3 (Capture/Processing/Transformation) : High resolution scanning , forms processing , As a Service Part 3 of 3 (Storage/Business Policy/Workflow) : SharePoint , cloud computing , taxonomies/metadata Finally, if I could leave you with one bit of advice, or wisdom, from my industry experience is that in order to build a highly effective capture solution you should reverse-engineer the solution starting from the process and, ultimately, the choice of device and other considerations should be fairly obvious

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After Flash, why PDF must die !

It then tried to use the GPUs on the Windows platform because it was trying to address the problem of the netbook platforms that were using Intel Atom CPUs and that were not sufficient to playback high resolution video feeds now available on YouTube

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