static algorithm

static algorithm

[′stad·ik ′al·gə‚rith·əm]
(computer science)
An algorithm whose operation is known in advance. Also known as deterministic algorithm.
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However, the static algorithm yielded 0.77% on average better break specific fuel economy compared to the dynamic method.
Implicit static algorithm (ISA) [2], explicit quasi-static algorithm (EQSA) [2], and dynamic relaxation method (DRM) [3] are the three main methods used for structural static analysis.
Compared with the state-of-the-art static algorithm, IncInf achieves remarkable speedup in execution time while providing matching influence spread.
In static algorithm the traffic is divided evenly among the servers.
Lancichinetti and Fortunato's consensus clustering needs a static algorithm as the base.
Then, in section ?VI, this optimal static algorithm is used as the basis of a hybrid approach to job scheduling that overcomes the need for the time consuming collection and processing of complex system information.
In all cases we start from a known static algorithm, and modify it to fit our framework.
If an algorithm uses a static attribute, such as b-level or static b-level, to order nodes for scheduling, it is called a static algorithm; otherwise, it is called a dynamic algorithm.
We also introduce and analyze one hybrid static algorithm called Divergence Caching, and a set of dynamic algorithms called Sliding-Window algorithms.
The static algorithm is preconfigured to cluster or aggregate the flows using the best effort or highest aggregation matches by ranking.
The proposed static algorithm is divided into two steps: edge grouping and group coloring.
* Symbolic AI--The classic AI execution, with static algorithms such as sophisticated if-then statements being created to calculate determinations, using human expertise.