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optimize

[′äp·tə‚mīz]
(computer science)
To rearrange the instructions or data in storage so that a minimum number of time-consuming jumps or transfers are required in the running of a program.

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"So many people talk about simulation of the mold cavity and optimizing the cavity, but the final say over the cavity design lies with the customer, not the mold designer or mold maker.
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"This superior solution with Fuji Xerox Information Systems C2MS and Docent Enterprise will help customers achieve significant business value by optimizing human skills and improving performance."
He adds that the Weinig Group's GreCon Dimter South factory in Illertissen, Germany, has become the world's largest supplier of automatic cross cut and optimizing lines producing almost 900 machines and production lines of the Opti-Cut model since 1993.
Even with advanced CAE software, optimizing gate placement normally takes guesswork and trial and error.
In 1961 Bertsch[83] reported on response surfaces in compounding experiments and Frankel[84] on optimizing the yield of MBT, the latter has, of course, more to do with chemistry than with rubber.
Optimizing asset utilization in conjunction with reductions in power and cooling costs is worthless if the resultant configurations under (or over) provision the needs of the business.
"The key is to get a balance of the three, or at least focus on optimizing two out of three to meet paper quality parameters," he said.
"Intel is delighted that Certeon is optimizing their platform for Intel Xeon processor-based servers as part of the Intel Early Access Program."
Over the years, the foundry industry has tried a number of tools to minimize inclusions in castings, including optimizing runner system design, employing water models to simulate fluid flow and studying real-time X-rays.
Yet a small but growing band of processors are discarding trial-and-error methods in favor of simulation as a shortcut to optimizing quality.

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