intermediate result

intermediate result

[‚in·tər′mēd·ē·ət ri′zəlt]
(computer science)
A quantity or value derived from an operation performed in the course of a program or subroutine which is itself used as an operand in further operations.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty versus endovascular stent placement in the treatment of venous stenosis in patients undergoing hemodialysis: Intermediate result. J Vasc Interv Radiol 1995; 6: 851-5.
For each round, we assume that the intermediate result of OR-operation as in naive broadcast protocol is represented as [m.sub.i] for node [v.sub.i].
SWAT -- Intermediate result of Swat Education Board was announced on Wednesday.
S is an intermediate result and contains the final result, where
Intermediate result regarding fruit length (cm) was also observed in Poultry manure (alone) and River soil (alone) with 11.43 and 10.70 cm long fruits accordingly.
Bank am Bellevue, which manages the transaction, said on Thursday that the final intermediate result will be published on 25 January.
Example 2 in fact represents an intermediate result when the value of 3 x 25 + 15 / 5 - 4 is calculated.
An intermediate result was achieved with a series of mixed laminates formed from mPE and ziPP.
Intuitively, if a base tuple t* contributes to a tuple t' in the intermediate result of a view evaluation, and t' further contributes to a view tuple t, then t* contributes to t.
(11) In the next stage, stage 1 (whose completion is a prerequisite for moving to the final stage), a nation has achieved a breakthrough in the form of an intermediate result, but significant uncertainty still remains concerning its ability to successfully complete development.
The adjoint of an intermediate result is defined as the gradient of H with respect to the intermediate result:
Stage I caches every intermediate result, "cache as cache can," so to speak.

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