iteration process

iteration process

[‚īd·ə′rā·shən ‚prä·səs]
(computer science)
The process of repeating a sequence of instructions with minor modifications between successive repetitions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"The new scanner generates quality 3D models, facilitates the design iteration process, mitigates errors and speeds up reverse engineering.
To improve the efficiency of the iteration process, s and g are solved together in one iteration rather than in separate iterations.
This iteration process is repeated until the fission distribution has converged.
The aim of making an iteration process is to find a point where an optimum distance where the AP can be put so as to get an optimum coverage.
It means that more iteration is conducted in each algorithm to satisfy a new stringent criterion charged for stopping the iteration process. It also means that the iteration number and convergence time can be adjusted to become suitable for each specific modeling work or for maintaining the accuracy of parameters within the desired accuracy demand.
The remaining 7 subsquares (s) are treated in the same manner; that is, their sides are divided by the length scale factor (F) of 3, thus generating a further 9 subsquares, from which 2 are removed (Figure 1(a)) and 7 are involved in the iteration process. This procedure may continue ad infinitum, but for experimental cases, the number of iterations (i) depends on the porosimetric range (Figure 1(a)).
Then, based on the MPS iteration process, the solving procedure of the universal MDO framework is proposed.
We now give the analogue of the Picard-Krasnoselskii hybrid iterative process in modular function spaces as follows: let T : D [right arrow] P[rho] (D) be a multivalued mapping and {[f.sub.n]} [subset] D be defined by the following iteration process:
Olatinwo, "Some stability and strong convergence results for the Jungck-Ishikawa iteration process," Creative Mathematics and Informatics, vol.
Figure 8 demonstrates the iteration process of the proposed algorithm, for which pattern number 9 was used for evaluation.
This is actually an iteration process about [[psi].sub.a] which could be expressed as