iterative process

iterative process

[′īd·ə‚rād·iv ′prä·səs]
(mathematics)
A process for calculating a desired result by means of a repeated cycle of operations, which comes closer and closer to the desired result; for example, the arithmetical square root of N may be approximated by an iterative process using additions, subtractions, and divisions only.
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'With the robust data and systems we now have access to, we can ask these hard questions; but it's going to be a really iterative process and we'll have to start small,' he said.
Negotiating such a measure is an iterative process generally requiring significant revisions and additions or subtractions to various documents, including the divestiture agreement; transition services and supply agreements; and, the Commission's draft decision and order.
By configuring the software and sharing the results in an iterative process, users see and interact with their software functions early, enabling greater user buy-in and faster adoption.
The iterative process can alternatively optimize the motion blurred kernel and the latent image.
However, Miracle Cure paints them more accurately as products of the iterative process of scientific discovery in an attempt to improve public health and, in some instances, generate personal profit and fame.
Allowing students to use technology to develop solutions to real-world problems through an iterative process.
This includes model-based delivery, an iterative process that focuses design development into the design model rather than drawings that are quickly out of date.
The purpose of this nonfiction series is to introduce students to design thinking, a practical framework used to help people and their communities solve problems through an iterative process of empathy, ideation, prototype building and testing, and reflection.
It's the iterative process, as we reach beyond what we thought we could do, which leads to that inspired 'EUREKA!' moment, when something new is discovered or created.
Speeding up the iterative process, sometimes by months, allows many cutting-structure configurations to be developed and competitively compared without field tests.
Third, engage in agile development, which is an inclusive and iterative process of refining the product.

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