retrieval engine

retrieval engine

n.
A search engine.
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Figure 3 is the architecture of context retrieval engine.
We developed a retrieval engine called Defense Technology Search, which is an ability to search across several databases simultaneously, while looking at them in different views.
The information retrieval engine is used to extract answer passages using contextual information.
Semagix claims its semantic content organization and retrieval engine (SCORE) technology automates those processes and semantically metatags digital media of any type and format, thus enabling organizations to make fast, intelligent associations between relevant content from multiple sources.
One of the additions that will make it easier to find content within a document and thereby streamline overall workflow is a full-text search and retrieval engine.
It is the online catalog NLM provides its on-site patrons, and it also serves as the retrieval engine for the library's cataloging records, replacing existing online access methods, such as Locator, CATLINE, AVLINE, and SERLINE.
Lexicos is an email client with an integrated search and retrieval engine.
Life is about to become a lot easier when it comes to conducting searches on the Internet -- thanks to WebZinger(TM), the revolutionary new integrated supra-search, multimedia retrieval engine and browser, now available at www.
MIRAGE's interface extended Willow to incorporate features of MIRAGE's underlying retrieval engine and to link Netscape's browser and Xanim, a software tool for displaying animations in various formats in systems running the X Window system, for browsing multimedia information (see Figure 1).
AFP on CD-ROM uses the Disc-Passage database retrieval engine.
In fact, all WAIS servers are not alike as they are running on everything from the NEXT with its built-in sophisticated full-text retrieval engine to simple keyword engines under Unix.