optimal strategy

optimal strategy

[′äp·tə·məl ′strad·ə·jē]
(mathematics)
One of the pair of mixed strategies carried out by the two players of a matrix game when each player adjusts strategy so as to minimize the maximum loss that an opponent can inflict.
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henQ invests early stage to secure an optimal strategy, but we are never in the driver's seat of a company.
The optimal strategy to prevent the transmission of pertussis is vaccinating women during pregnancy, which has been shown to be highly effective in reducing transmission to infants, but rates of vaccination in pregnant women have not been high, said Dr.
Given this consideration, the simpler criterion of maximizing terminal wealth over the planning period is utilized to identify the optimal strategy.
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Since teams are tied at the beginning of the game, we will have only one optimal strategy pair to look for.
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In simple games with a small number of moves, such as Noughts and Crosses the optimal strategy is easy to guess, and the game quickly becomes uninteresting.
The report concluded that an optimal strategy to improve health status for all Americans was a better integration of public health and prevention services and primary care delivery.
This analysis proves that while high-low portfolio pricing strategy certainly warrants merit in CPG, it is not an optimal strategy in the beauty and personal care industry, which is known for being innovative and destination driven.
His leadership and expertise will prove valuable in realizing the full potential of our lyophilized plasma program (LyP program), and in developing the optimal strategy for the Medical Device division.
The model assumes that a retailer of a product buys the product at a constant unit cost, incurs a fixed cost per order, stores the product at a constant carrying cost per unit of inventory per year, and faces a deterministic and constant demand rate over an infinite horizon, the retailer's optimal strategy is to buy a fixed quantity every time he or she replenishes the inventory.

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