Storage - information retrieval, Management Information Sys

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The second aspect of information retrieval is storage. Information retrieval systems may use the computer itself to store both the document files as well the index files, and also to maintain databases. In that case, the information must be stored in specially designed data structures to support the processes described above.  

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