iterative process

iterative process

[′īd·ə‚rād·iv ′prä·səs]
(mathematics)
A process for calculating a desired result by means of a repeated cycle of operations, which comes closer and closer to the desired result; for example, the arithmetical square root of N may be approximated by an iterative process using additions, subtractions, and divisions only.
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The final internal force of the cable and the displacements of the nodes may be calculated using a one- or a two-level iterative process (respectively steps 1.
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Lucas said, 'We expect there to be an iterative process in the weeks following the Commission's report as interested parties express their views about the Commission's recommendations and we very much hope that greater certainty will emerge through the autumn.
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