Recoverable

  • (adj): Capable of being recovered or regained.
    Example: "Recoverable truth of a past event"

Some articles on recoverable:

Non-maskable Interrupt - Overview
... Such uses include the reporting of non-recoverable hardware errors, methods for system debugging and profiling, and special case handling such as system resets ... In modern architectures, NMIs are typically used to handle non-recoverable errors, which need immediate attention ... These errors include non-recoverable internal system chipset errors, corruption in system memory such as parity and ECC errors, and data corruption detected on system ...
Business Contract Hire - Finance / Taxation Benefits
... excess rule' partial disallowance VAT recoverable on monthly rentals* No depreciation risks as the responsibility for disposal of the vehicle rests with the leasing company. 50% of the VAT relating to the finance element is recoverable if car has private usage ... with maintenance the service element VAT is recoverable ...
Offshore Drilling On The US Atlantic Coast - Reserves
... Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) estimated undiscovered technically recoverable oil and gas resources in Atlantic federal waters to be 3.30 ... represents approximately 4% of the total estimated recoverable oil resources and 8% of the total estimated recoverable gas resources in U.S ...
Schedule (computer Science) - Types of Schedule - Recoverable - Strict
... Any strict schedule is cascadeless, but not the converse ... Strictness allows efficient recovery of databases from failure ...
Oil Reserves - Classifications - Resources
... resources are those quantities of petroleum estimated, as of a given date, to be potentially recoverable from known accumulations, but the applied project(s) are not yet considered mature enough ... petroleum estimated, as of a given date, to be potentially recoverable from undiscovered accumulations by application of future development projects ... United States Geological Survey uses the terms technically and economically recoverable resources when making its petroleum resource assessments ...