Information retrieval, Management Information Sys

Information Retrieval 

In the present day context, Information Retrieval Systems have become synonymous with computers, although paper-based systems such as card and document filing systems existed since long. All Information Retrieval Systems may be viewed as comprising three stages: 

i)  Indexing 

ii)  Storage 

iii)  Retrieval   

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