cut methods

cut methods

[′kət ‚meth·əds]
(systems engineering)
Methods of solving integer programming problems that employ cut constraints derived from the original problem.
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The association has been marred by doping scandals, with many admitting that it is the coaches from east Europe who are helping Indian athletes take up short- cut methods.
According to the company, the speed of a wheel trencher allows it to replace anywhere from 4 to 10 backhoes for open cut methods. Trenchers also leave behind a perfect trench with a fine spoil that can be discharged to either side of the machine, or loaded directly onto a truck.
This line would be constructed by trenchless and open cut methods and includes a railroad and highway (Highway 303) utility crossings.
* Reduction in utility outages common with open cut methods.