complexity analysis

complexity analysis

In sructured program design, a quality-control operation that counts the number of "compares" in the logic implementing a function; a value of less than 10 is considered acceptable.
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The authors suggest that complexity analysis could be useful in banking regulation--but then admit that it might be more useful to firms in banking and finance, better enabling them to manage their operations.
According to the complexity analysis, Botswana is very unlikely to grow rapidly in the foreseeable future.
After reviewing linear programming and complexity analysis, he examines covering, center, and median problems; fixed charge facility location problems; extensions of location models; and locating modeling in perspective.
Schellekens: The Smyth completion: a common foundation for denotational semantics and complexity analysis, Electronic Notes Theor.
Complexity analysis provides Level of Effort (LOE) and impact analysis reports.
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While acknowledging the importance of the complexity analysis of CGT algorithms, the book's primary focus is on algorithms that perform well in practice rather than on those with the best theoretical complexity.
Complexity analysis is a useful tool that is beneficial to both the planning and execution of software testing.
The main objective of the theoretical computer science discipline of complexity analysis is to place problems and algorithms that solve those problems on a scale of difficulty.
It will, however, require both a review of current tax law and complexity analysis of new legislative proposals.
For example, the availability of a tax law complexity analysis, with or without a complementary point-of-order mechanism, would not have prevented the 1997 tax law from being so complicated.
Also included in this release is a unique design complexity analysis addition to SpyGlass Advanced Lint based on cyclomatic metrics.