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Restoration is accomplished when the system is rapidly reconstituted and reset to its present status. Key functions are reestablished, possibly at alternative sites or with substitute processes, and possibly at an enhanced level of functionality.

Restoration is the

[p]rocess of planning for and/or implementing procedures for the repair of hardware, relocation of the primary site and its contents, and returning to normal operations at the permanent operational location.[1]
process of removing imperfections or interpolating lost material in a recording to optimize its sound quality.[2]
[t]he return of something to a former, original, normal, or unimpaired condition.[3]

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