retrieval engine

retrieval engine

n.
A search engine.
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As opposed to a shuttle's tote- or carton-level storage and retrieval, Nathan says a pouch system's dynamic buffer is a unit-level storage and retrieval engine.
Through thorough study on the existing search and retrieval system problems, which are the inability to retrieve digitized documents through text-content and inability to detect new digitized documents on a directory during computer system runtime, the researchers designed an application that crawl through file directories automatically to scan and detect for digitized documents and provide a retrieval engine for the digitized documents through text-based search.
Figure 3 is the architecture of context retrieval engine. The modules have been discussed in the following section.
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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.
Searching across multiple repositories is the key requirement of a search and retrieval engine. If an organisation has the type of ECM architecture that Butler Group recommends, it should be possible to conduct a single search that spans multiple repositories as well as the Web.
We base our distributed system on a proven, effective retrieval engine. We also model architectures with very large text collections -- up to 128GB of data on 128 Inquery servers.
CORE: A content-based retrieval engine for multimedia information systems.
Lexicos is an email client with an integrated search and retrieval engine. As documents arrive in the 'in' tray they are indexed, then, like an internet search engine, the software performs a key-word search against all documents, including attachments, in the Lexicos 'environment'.