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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