Retrieval

Retrieval could refer to:

  • Information retrieval
  • Text retrieval
  • Image retrieval
  • Document retrieval
  • Music information retrieval
  • Medical retrieval
  • Data retrieval
  • Knowledge retrieval
  • In psychology, retrieval refers to the process of recalling information that is stored in memory
  • Retrieval (film)

Other articles related to "retrieval":

Lead Retrieval
... Lead retrieval is a means for capturing and follow-up of sales leads generated at an event, trade show, or conference ... Lead retrieval provides a medium that gathers and disseminates useful buying demographics from sales leads ... Lead retrieval systems are available in a variety of options part of the quickly growing technology solutions market for trade shows and events ...
Soul Retrieval
... Soul Retrieval refers to forms of shamanic practice that aim to reintegrate various interpretations of the soul that might have become disconnected ... Robert Monroe explored the concept of retrieval extensively through use of out-of-body and astral projection techniques, sometimes finding the personalities he ...
Melissa Hawach - Retrieval
... On December 21, having already failed in an effort to retrieve the children through the Lebanon court system, Hawach and the soldiers escorting her took them away from the grounds outside the resort in which they were living with their father ... She hid with the children in Lebanon for several weeks before smuggling them out of the country through Syria and Jordan ...
Sulpicio Lines - Legal Controversies
... firm Titan Salvage Corporation to undertake the retrieval of a cargo of highly toxic chemicals, endosulfan et al ... After this, equally urgent will be the retrieval by divers of bodies of the victims still inside our ill-fated ship," Edgar Go said in a statement ... According to the contract, the next step is the retrieval of remaining bunker oil in the ship simultaneously with the cargo removal ...