Recovery procedure

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In telecommunication, a recovery procedure is a process that attempts to bring a system back to a normal operating state. Examples:

  1. The actions necessary to restore an automated information system's data files and computational capability after a system failure.
  2. In data communications, a process whereby a data station attempts to resolve conflicting or erroneous conditions arising during the data transfer.

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