precompile

precompile

To do a preliminary conversion before doing the final conversion. The precompile phase sets up the source code, database, etc., in such a way that the final phase is performed faster.
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In deciding between reactive and deliberative architectures in an environment with a high degree of complexity and variability, there are complex trade-offs involving the time and effort required to precompile all the potentially relevant rules, the space required to store them, and the mechanisms required for efficiently finding and selecting between potential contenders at run time.
Another approach would use general principles and ontological knowledge to "precompile" the decisions about collaboration.
The normal strategy is to precompile procedures for countering each threat to goals.