binary decision

binary decision

[′bīn·ə·rē di′sizh·ən]
(computer science)
A decision between only two alternatives.
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2001) Binary Decision Tree Nguyen and Rocke (2002) t statistics, partial least squares and logistic discrimination analysis Albrecht et al.
Its systematically generates elementary basic cell (EBC) by using the binary decision diagram (BDD), and wisely chooses circuit components based on a specific target.
Name and address supplied MPs must have say in Brexit process BREXIT is not a simple binary decision as since the referendum it has become evident there are many complex decisions to be taken.
The task of making a large, consequential binary decision makes most people want to shrink from their responsibility.
Whether you are an originator, a servicer or both, your process contains a number of repeatable tasks with relatively binary decision points.
Nothing has supplanted that, and I don't think it's a binary decision to go to television or go to digital.
Binary Decision Diagrams and Extensions for System Reliability Analysis
Imagine what your success ratio could be if the binary decision of a sale is asked for, and at the right time.
Design products, whether it's a fee-based service or the library website for binary decision making, and create experiences that make students want to come back.
i,t]: Binary decision variable expressing the ability to schedule a second shift in the process stage "i" in the period "t"
Sir Mike, the chairman of BT Group and deputy chairman of Barclays, said: "In three weeks' time, a Yes vote based on so many substantive questions unanswered will be a binary decision - a oneway ticket to uncertainty with no return and little likelihood of economic returns either.
Therefore, what once was a binary decision to outsource your speech-enabled services versus retaining them in house has become more flexible.