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retrieval

 [re-tre´val]
in psychology, the process of obtaining memory information from wherever it has been stored.

re·triev·al

(rē-trē'văl),
The third stage in the memory process, after encoding and storage, involving mental processes associated with bringing stored information back into consciousness.
See also: memory.

retrieval

/re·triev·al/ (-tre´v'l) in psychology, the process of obtaining memory information from wherever it has been stored.

retrieval

Vox populi The obtaining of a thing from a place stored or sequestered. See Antigen retrieval, Egg retrieval, Microwave antigen retrieval.

re·triev·al

(rē-trē'văl)
The third stage in the memory process, after encoding and storage, involving mental processes associated with bringing stored information back into consciousness.
See also: memory
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Another factor that will significantly influence the retrieval performance is the quality of retrieval queries.
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The combination of ChoicePoint and NDR strengthens our presence in this important market and supports the continued growth of our Court Research and Retrieval Group.
PLS's intelligent retrieval technology is designed to find the most relevant information automatically.
Following animal studies, they did their first retrieval at the end of January 1984; after five or six tries, and within a month, they achieved their first pregnancy.
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The Antigen Retrieval method is employed to recover the tissue reactivity, so that the antigens can once again be bound by antibodies.
Extensive pre-clinical study data collected and analyzed in support of the clinical studies demonstrated excellent filter performance including effective self-centering, complete clot resorption at 90 days and no migration or adverse events associated with filter implantation and retrieval up to 90 days.
The discussion by Cory describes his experiment using Swanson's methodology to investigate, through document retrieval, whether three philosophers from different times in history were influenced by one another.