Logical Unitization

Definition(s)

Unitization

  • The assembly of individually scanned pages into documents:
    • Physical unitization utilizes actual objects such as staples, paper clips and folders to determine pages that belong together as documents for archival and retrieval purposes.
    • Logical unitization is the process of human review of each individual page in an image collection using logical cues to determine pages that belong together as documents. Such cues can be consecutive page numbering, report titles, similar headers and footers and other logical cues.

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Notes

  1. Formerly American Document Management, Glossary of Terms, now 5i Solutions Glossary.