optimal programming

optimal programming

[′äp·tə·məl ′prō‚gram·iŋ]
(control systems)
A subfield of optimal control theory in which the control variables are determined as functions of time for a specified initial state of the system.
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There were three groups of patients enrolled in this study: (1) the first group is comprised of 145 patients undergoing DBS initiation 1 month postoperatively for optimal programming parameter; (2) the second group had 231 patients who underwent DBS less than one year postoperatively; (3) finally, the third group had 166 patients who underwent DBS more than one year postoperatively.
In five (05) patients, STPS occurred during titration adjustment for optimal programming parameter in the first year after devices were implanted, while two (02) patients showed psychiatric symptoms two days after being started on IPG and discharged from the hospital.
After setting the regional context, the workshop will examine three core issues related to the UNDP's role in the Arab NCCs: its response to national development challenges, its role and comparative advantage and identifying the optimal programming arrangements, and strengthening the implementation capacity of UNDP.
Thus the best performance can be achieved by optimal programming of the device for each individual.
This idea of Nearly Optimal Programming (NOP) has been investigated in academic research, though it is rarely discussed in textbooks written for quantitative analysis courses (e.g., Burton et al.
"Optimal Programming of Lot Sizes, Inventory, and Labor Allocations." Management Science, vol.

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