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Definition of the adverb Algorithmically

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  1. Using an algorithm.

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Google previewThe Emperor's New Mind (2016)

Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws of Physics by Roger Penrose

One reason for guessing that this particular question is not one that can be resolved algorithmically is that the model is somewhat like a 'billiard-ball model for a computation' that was introduced by Edward Fredkin and Tommaso Toffoli ( 1982).

Google previewAll of Programming (2015)

by Andrew Hilton, Anne Bracy

One tricky part about generating test cases algorithmically is that we need some way to verify the answer—and the function we are trying to test is what computes that answer. We obviously cannot trust our function to check itself, leaving us a seeming “chicken and egg” problem. In a very few cases, it may be appealing to write two versions of the function which can be used to check each other. This approach is appropriate when you are writing a complex implementation in order to ...

Google previewEncyclopaedic dictionary of library and information science (2005)

KWAC : An acronym for Keyword and Context, an algorithmically generated index in which keywords from the title of a document are printed as headings along the left-hand margin of the page, with the portion of the title or text following each keyword indented under the heading, followed by the portion of the title or text preceding the word. Unlike KWOC indexing, this method preserves multiword terms and phrases in the alphanumeric sequence of headings. KWIC : An acronym for ...

Google previewConcise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2013)

by Professor Edward Craig, Edward Craig

An algorithmically random string is one which cannot be produced by a description significantly shorter than itself; an algorithmically random sequence is one whose initial finite segments are almost random strings. GoÈdel's incompleteness theorem states that every axiomatizable theory which is sufficiently rich and sound is incomplete. Chaitin's information-theoretic version of GoÈdel's theorem goes a step further, revealing the reason for incompleteness: a set of axioms of complexity ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Psychological Theories (2006)

by J.E. Roeckelein

Classes of problems, according to this approach, may be viewed as “algorithmically solvable,” “algorithmically unsolvable,” or “unknown as ...

Google previewDictionary for Library and Information Science (2004)

by Joan M. Reitz

Tagged by hand or extracted from the document algorithmically, keywords are printed in alphabetical order at a fixed position in a line of fixed length (usually at the center), so that they appear in a column with as much of the context as can be accommodated preceding and following each word. The keywords in the column may be distinguished typographically to make them easier to read. Keyword and context are usually coded to identify the document indexed. Compare with KWAC ...

Google previewDictionary of Theories, Laws, and Concepts in Psychology (1998)

by Jon E. Roeckelein

Classes of problems, according to this approach, may be viewed as "algorithmically solvable," "algorithmically unsolvable," or " unknown as to algorithmical solvability." Thus, in the case of some problems, an appropriate algorithm may not exist (e.g., algorithms for proving most mathematical theorems), ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Optimization (2008)

by Christodoulos A. Floudas, Panos M. Pardalos

is a computational method for evaluating derivatives or Taylor coefficients of algorithmically defined functions. Simply speaking, an algorithmic definition of a function is a step-by-step specification of its evaluation by arithmetic operations and library functions. Application of the rules of differentiation to the algorithmic definition of a differentiable function yields values of its derivatives. Examples of algorithmic definitions of functions are code lists, computer subroutines, and even entire ...

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