recall factor

recall factor

[′rē‚kȯl ‚fak·tər]
(computer science)
A measure of the efficiency of an information retrieval system, equal to the number of retrieved relevant documents divided by the total number of relevant documents in the file.
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communication to maximise the recall factor among channel partners.
According to the company, Abdullah is expected to lead the firm's continuing efforts to establish itself as the most channel friendly organisation while also implementing strategies that are aimed at increased effectiveness of marketing and communication to maximise the recall factor among channel partners.
It was reported that the company will also be comforted by the fact that the 'Hero Honda' brand will continue for a year or two which will add to the recall factor when it is ready with its own products.
Notation has been used as both a recall factor as well as a generating factor to establish improvisational coordinates.
Interest in products: Not surprisingly, the single biggest recall factor (33%) is simply an attendee's personal interest in a company or product, which can be stimulated with a strong advance publicity campaign.
Psychologists have showna[bar] that people are more likely to recall factors associated with an abnormal event than with a normal one," (http://www.