Knowledge Transfer. What Next? (Part I)

Strashun, Leonid
October 1988
Image Technology;Oct1988, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p361
Trade Publication
The article discusses the innovative solutions in increasing new production capabilities, higher technical quality, easier operation and increased productivity for film and entertainment industry. These solutions can be delivered through the interactive knowledge system which consist of three parts namely, the delivery system, the program production, and the installation system.


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