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BS ISO 12651-1:2012 Electronic document management. Vocabulary Electronic document imaging

BS ISO 12651-1:2012

Electronic document management. Vocabulary Electronic document imaging

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Standard number:BS ISO 12651-1:2012
Pages:28
Released:2012-04-30
ISBN:978 0 580 68533 0
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 12651-1:2012


This standard BS ISO 12651-1:2012 Electronic document management. Vocabulary is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 01.040.37 Image technology (Vocabularies)
  • 37.080 Document imaging applications

This part of ISO 12651 is intended to facilitate communication in the field of electronic document management and translation of the terms it contains into other languages.

The term “electronic document management” used throughout this part of ISO 12651 is intended as an all-encompassing term referring to inputting technologies [scanning, indexing, optical character recognition (OCR), forms, digital creation, etc.], management technologies (document services, workflow, and other work management tools), and storage (primarily optical/magnetic) technologies.

All terms and definitions in this part of ISO 12651 have been drafted in accordance with ISO 10241-1 and ISO 1087-1. The selection of terms and the wording of definitions have, as far as possible, followed established usage. Where there were contradictions, solutions agreeable to the majority have been sought.