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Synonyms for algorithm

a precise rule (or set of rules) specifying how to solve some problem

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Previously, Algorithmics had used various methods of data access for its individual modules, which have evolved over time.
Although specificational functions are not in general algorithmic, they do play an important role in specifying algorithmic functions.
The authors stress the need for algorithmic strategies in order to retain the advantages of automatic program transformation.
In the formulized formalisms of literary physics this means that no matter how long the time span of a novel might be (whether measured in terms of textual action or of active text), the phasespace within which the work elaborates its own actantial algorithmics - in synaptic contradistinction to Euclidean dottiness on the matter of points, the novel's "counter-point" having magnitude but no location - remains constant.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-October 21, 2011-IBM acquires Algorithmics for USD380.2m(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Brussels, Belgium, January 20, 2011 --( The Algorithmics is internationally known as the leading market provider of risk solutions.
Willhalm, "Combining Speed-up Techniques for Shortest-Path Computations," ACM Journal of Experimental Algorithmics, vol.
Two important issues that we have not covered are the algorithmics of MARA and the game-theoretical analysis of negotiation (and bidding) strategies.
For example, Hatfield (1991) considers programming, or more generally algorithmics, as constructive.
Fiedler has joined Algorithmics Inc., a provider of enterprise risk management software in Toronto, Ontario.
Furthermore, although we restrict ourselves to list homomorphisms, our theorems could be extended naturally for homomorphisms of arbitrary data structures (e.g., trees) with the theory of constructive algorithmics [Fokkinga 1992].
Parallel algorithmics has undergone major developments in the last few ears, and parallel algorithms and techniques for many problems already exist.
The structure of PBT involves a very nice object which is linked to both algebra and classical algorithmics: the Tamari lattice.
The buyer plans to combine Varicent with its research and development (R&D) and previous takeovers such as Algorithmics Inc, Clarity Systems Ltd, OpenPages Inc, Cognos Inc and SPSS in an effort to bolster its capabilities in business analytics and optimisationA across finance, sales and customer service activities.
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