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AlgorithmAn algorithm is like a complex mathematical equation. Search engines use algorithms to work out how to rank pages within their search results.

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Algorithm A stepbystep procedure that always provides the right answer for a particular type of problem.

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AlgorithmA list of steps to finish a task. A set of instructions that can be performed with or without a computer. For example, the collection of steps to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich is an algorith [..]

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AlgorithmA procedure to perform a task. Given an initial state, an algorithm will produce a defined endstate. Computer algorithms are used to perform imageprocessing operations.

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AlgorithmA computer program (or set of programs) which is designed to systematically solve a certain kind of problem. WSR88D radars (NEXRAD) employ algorithms to analyze radar data and automatically determine storm motion, probability of hail, VIL, accumulated rainfall, and several other parameters.

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AlgorithmA finite set of stepbystep instructions for a problemsolving or computation procedure, especially one that can be implemented by a computer.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a predetermined, finite set of steps or calculations in which data are rigorously analyzed. In credit scoring, algorithms are the complex set of calculations that analyze a person' [..]

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AlgorithmMathematical rules and calculations a search engine uses to determine the rankings of the sites it has indexed. Every search engine has its own unique, proprietary algorithm that gets updated on a reg [..]

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Algorithm1690s, from French algorithme, refashioned (under mistaken connection with Greek arithmos "number") from Old French algorisme "the Arabic numeral system" (13c.), from Medieval Lati [..]

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Algorithma way of setting out a stepbystep mathematical procedure. • a method used to find an answer. • named after the famous 9thcentury Persian astronomer and mathematician, Muhammad ibn Musa AlKhwar [..]

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AlgorithmThe process a search engine applies to web pages so it can accurately produce a list of results based on a search term. Search engines regularly change their algorithms to improve the quality of the search results. Hence search engine optimisation tends to require constant research and monitoring. Source: Lazworld

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Algorithma clearly specified mathematical process for computation; a set of rules, which, if followed, produce a prescribed result.

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Algorithmset of steps for solving a mathematical problem.

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Algorithma specific procedure for solving mathematical problems. An FFT is an algorithm.

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AlgorithmA particular mathematical model used for running calculations, typically computerized. For example, different project management scheduling software programs use different Algorithms for calculating R [..]

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AlgorithmA series of repeatable steps for carrying out a certain type of task with data. As with data structures, people studying computer science learn about different algorithms and their suitability for var [..]

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AlgorithmA set of rules and decision structures for actions in a specifically defined set of circumstances.

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Algorithm A set of rules that a search engine uses to

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AlgorithmComputational procedure that usually involves a number of steps. For example, the "Algorithm for calculating ratings" is simply the set of sequential steps of computation for calculating ratings from the "raw" viewing data.

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AlgorithmA set of rules for solving a problem in a given number of steps.

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Algorithm(IEEE) (1) A finite set of welldefined rules for the solution of a problem in a finite number of steps. (2) Any sequence of operations for performing a specific task.

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AlgorithmA complex mathematical procedure or formula which seeks out repetitive data and replaces it with a code representing the scope of repetitive data. The DCT formula which determines how to compress and [..]

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AlgorithmThe process a search engine applies to web pages so it can accurately produce a list of results based on a search term. Search engines regularly change their algorithms to improve the quality of the s [..]

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AlgorithmA precise, stepbystep plan for a computational procedure that begins with an input value and yields an output value in a finite number of steps.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a series of steps used to solve a problem in a finite amount of time, often referring to a computer procedure.

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AlgorithmInternet Glossary A formula or set of steps for solving a particular problem. To be an algorithm, a set of rules must be unambiguous and have a clear stopping point. Algorithms can be expressed in any language, from natural languages like English or French to programming languages like FORTRAN.We use algorithms every day. For example, a recipe for [..]

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AlgorithmA set of (mathematical) instructions or procedures for carrying out a specific task such as defining the steps taken by an automation system.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a selfcontained series of instructions that perform a function. Document Tags and Contributors Tags: CodingScripting Glossary Contributors to this page: marumari, klez, kscarfone [..]

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AlgorithmA stepbystep procedure for carrying out computation.

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AlgorithmAn unambiguous formula or set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps. Algorithms for encryption are usually called Ciphers.

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AlgorithmA set of steps or a procedure that will produce a desired result.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a procedure or formula for solving a problem with a series of selfcontained stepbystep set of operations to be performed

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Algorithm(al´g&rith&m) (n.) An algorithm is a formula or set of steps for solving a particular problem. To be an algorithm, a set of rules must be unambiguous and have a clear stopping point. Algori [..]

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Algorithmnoun. on the nose, laid out process or guideline that is certain to fix a particular crisis or handle a chosen job or which is utilized for executing a range of calculations.

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AlgorithmA finite sequence of unambiguous steps or instructions designed to solve a complex problem or accomplish a specific task in a way that produces at least one output, for example, a formula used to encr [..]

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AlgorithmA programming and mathematical term, an algorithm is a procedure or formula for solving a problem. The word is derived from the name of the Persian mathematician, AlKhowarizmi (you remember Al in abo [..]

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AlgorithmA defined set of rules that produces the desired results. This word is used frequently by search engines, referring to the set of rules it uses that produces results from search terms.

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AlgorithmAn automated procedure designed to solve problems very quickly. Google’s algorithms determine which websites show up in search results for any given keyword or phrase, and where in the results they [..]

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AlgorithmThis term, which means "rules for computing" in English, comes from alKhowarizmi (Try saying it fast), an Arab mathematician living around A.D. 825 who completed the earliest known work in [..]

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Algorithma step by step procedure by which an operation can be carried out

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AlgorithmA logical process by which a problem can be solved.

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AlgorithmA stepbystep, effective procedure for calculation or automated reasoning. Sometimes roughly compared to a recipe. Adjective: algorithmic.

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AlgorithmAn established and welldefined stepbystep method used to achieve a desired mathematical result. Example: The addition algorithm for the sum of two twodigit numbers where carrying is required.  T [..]

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a procedure or formula for solving a problem. In marketing, a computer model typically analyzes a group of consumers to determine the characteristics of those who responded or did not [..]

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Algorithmis a procedure used to solve a mathematical or computational problem or to address a data processing issue. In the latter sense, an algorithm is a set of stepbystep commands or instructions designed to reach a particular goal. AM/FM

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AlgorithmA specific set of instructions, contained within a computer program, which determine how that program analyses and uses data to complete its specified task (target function).

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AlgorithmA mathematical formula placed in software that performs an analysis on a set of data.

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AlgorithmA set of instructions for accomplishing a task that when executed will terminate.

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AlgorithmA set of rules for performing a procedure. Mathematicians invent algorithms that are useful in many kinds of situations. Some examples of algorithms are the rules for long division or the rules for ad [..]

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AlgorithmA set of instructions or procedures used in order to accomplish a task, such as creating search results in Google. In the context of search, algorithms are used to provide the most relevant results fi [..]

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a fancy name for a set of instructions to perform a task. The task can be as simple as adding numbers or playing a video clip.

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AlgorithmA specific procedure for solving mathematical problems. An FFT is an algorithm.

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Algorithmprocess or set of rules used to perform a task; algorithms are used to generate online search results and other online procedures.

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AlgorithmA process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problemsolving operations, especially by a computer.

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AlgorithmUsually refers to a “search algorithm”. The complex series of calculations that determine which pages are seen in the search results.

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AlgorithmA combination of more than 200 unique signals or “clues” that make it possible to guess what you might really be looking for in Google.

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AlgorithmA set of instructions to programmatically carry out some task. In clinical practice algorithms usually, but not always, involve some form of numerical calculation. See also: Protocol, Guideline, Care [..]

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AlgorithmA set of parameters a search engine uses to match the keywords in a query with the content of each web page, so that the web pages found can be ordered suitably in the query results.

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AlgorithmA set of rules established for making a calculation. Online, algorithms are commonly used to determine the listings shown via search engines and for automated methods of ad trading and delivery.

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AlgorithmThis is the formula that search engines use in order to determine what your website does, the type of products/services that are available and what type of search queries that your website should be r [..]

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AlgorithmThe algorithm is the calculation carried out by the search engines to determine where sites rank. It takes into account hundreds or thousands of factors, and is constantly being updated.

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AlgorithmA set of criteria or rules used to rank websites in search results. Often referred to as the Google Search Algorithm.

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AlgorithmA process or set of rules for calculating or problemsolving.

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Algorithm(encryption)

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AlgorithmA precise mathematical rule or set of rules to find a solution to a problem. In refractive surgery, algorithm often refers to the mathematical calculations of the excimer laser used to create an ablat [..]

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Algorithmalgorithm, as it relates to SEM (Search Engine Marketing), is a defined set of instructions and criteria used by search engines and the computers that run them to rank the relevance of websites relati [..]

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Algorithma stepbystep procedure for calculations/solving a problem.

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AlgorithmAlgorithm is a procedure and sequence of actions to accomplish some task. The concept of an algorithm is often illustrated by the example of a recipe, although many algorithms are much more complex; a [..]

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AlgorithmA series of steps specifying which actions to take in which order. This general term in the security field generally refers to an encryption or algorithm. Analogy: An cookbook recipe is an algori [..]

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AlgorithmA list of steps used to find a solution to a given problem.

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AlgorithmA procedure, formula or list of instructions that can be used to accomplish a task or to solve a problem. In mathematics and computer science, an algorithm is usually a procedure used to solve a recur [..]

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AlgorithmA set of steps for solving a specific problem. Algorithms can be expressed in many ways but are commonly expressed as one or more mathmatical equations.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a set of rules or formulas that process data in such a way as to return the most relevant answer. The Google algorithm consists of over 200 unique signals that help determine what a se [..]

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AlgorithmA systematic, computational methodology for finding solutions to mathematical problems (e.g., the FrankWolfe Algorithm; Dijkstra's Algorithm; Dial's Algorithm).

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AlgorithmA set of mathematical instructions that combine to produce a specific outcome. Here, the outcome is reach and frequency for outdoor sites. The Route algorithm is unique, specific to the medium.

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AlgorithmThis refers to a set of mathematical calculations and rules a search engine will use to rank websites in search results. Social media platforms also use their own algorithms to structure posts and det [..]

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AlgorithmA prescribed finite set of well defined rules or processes for the solution of a problem in a finite number of steps. In normal English, it is the mathematical formula for an operation [..]

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Algorithmthis is the mathematical and statistical means by which the insurer calculates the premium for a car/driver and a table is drawn up with complex formulas to calculate the price.

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Algorithm An algorithm is any set of detailed instructions which results in a predictable endstate from a known beginning.

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

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Algorithm[5] (mathematics) a repeatable series of steps used to solve problems, etc., e.g., a computer program or a process used to analyze music. The manual analysis of music using a repeating series of steps is also an algorithm.

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Algorithma set of instructions supplied to a computer for the purpose of solving a problem.

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Algorithma process or set of instructions used in calculations or operations by a computer or other digital process.

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AlgorithmA procedure to perform a task. Given an initial state, an algorithm will produce a defined endstate. Computer algorithms are used to perform imageprocessing operations.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a series of mathematical instructions to solve a problem or produce a result in a stepbystep procedure.

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AlgorithmA mathematical routine that solves a problem or equation. In imaging, the term is usually used to describe the set of routines that make up a compression or colour management program. AntiShake

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AlgorithmMathematics, a rule or procedure for solving a problem

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AlgorithmIn mathematics and computer science, an effective method (a procedure that reduces the solution of some class of problems to a series of rote steps that give a specific and correct answer) expressed as a finite list of welldefined instructions for calculating a function. Algorithms are used for calculation, data processing, and automated reasoning [..]

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AlgorithmA procedure consisting of a sequence of algebraic formulas and/or logical steps to calculate or determine a given task.

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AlgorithmA mathematical relation between an observed quantity and a variable used in a stepbystep mathematical process to calculate a quantity. In the context of remote sensing, algorithms generally specify [..]

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a step by step method of solving a problem. It is commonly used for data processing, calculation and other related computer and mathematical operations. An algorithm is also used to ma [..]

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AlgorithmThe term algorithm (pronounced ALgorithum) is a procedure or formula for solving a problem.

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AlgorithmAn explicit computational procedure that uses a precise sequence of simple operations to perform a complex operation. Bioinformatics algorithms enable processing, analysis, and visualization of sequencerelated data.

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AlgorithmA welldefined sequence of steps, clearly enough explained that even a computer could do them.

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AlgorithmAn iterative method that generates a sequence of the form , where is given (called the initial point

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AlgorithmComputational procedure that usually involves a number of steps. For example, the "Algorithm for calculating ratings" is simply the set of sequential steps of computation for calculating ratings from the "raw" viewing data.

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AlgorithmA predetermined series of instructions for carrying out a task in a finite number of steps. arithmetic function

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a set of processes or rules to be followed in calculations or other problemsolving operations. Algorithms are the basis for most computer programming.

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AlgorithmA specific set of steps for carrying out certain tasks. Algorithms are used extensively in computer programming to arrive at a solution for a specific problem. The process of creating an algorithm inv [..]

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AlgorithmA general step by step process for solving a problem.

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AlgorithmA welldefined sequence of steps, explained clearly enough that even a computer could do them.

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Algorithmis a set of precisely defined steps guaranteed to arrive at an answer to a problem or set of problems. As this implies, a set of steps that might never end is not

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a step by step process by which a desired outcome is achieved. Algorithms can be constructed using words, images, symbols, or a programming language. We all use algorithms on a daily basis, when classes line up for assembly, when we follow a cooking recipe or when build lego models or IKEA furniture. When creating their own algori [..]

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AlgorithmA detailed sequence of steps which, when followed, will accomplish a task.

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AlgorithmA software procedure used to solve a particular problem.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a set of instructions, sometimes called a procedure or a function, that is used to perform a certain task. This can be a simple process, such as adding two numbers together, or a compl [..]

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AlgorithmA general step by step process for solving a problem.

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AlgorithmA mathematical formula placed in software that performs an analysis on a set of data.

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AlgorithmA procedure or formula for solving a problem.

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AlgorithmA computer program (or set of programs) which is designed to systematically solve a certain kind of problem. WSR88D radars (NEXRAD) employ algorithms to analyze radar data and automatically determine storm motion, probability of hail, VIL, accumulated rainfall, and several other parameters.

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Algorithmthe set of simple instructions that combine to accomplish a task. Computer codes are algorithms. Ambient Temperature

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Algorithma computer program (or set of programs) that is designed to systematically solve a certain kind of problem. WSR88D

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Algorithma precise definition of a computation. The standard library provides about 60 standard algorithms, such as sort(), search(), and copy_unique(). TC++PL 3.8, 18.

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Algorithm<computer programming> A detailed sequence of actions to perform to accomplish some task. Named after the Iranian mathematician, Mohammed AlKhawarizmi. Technically, an algorithm must reach a re [..]

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Algorithm<mathematics> A procedure consisting of a sequence of steps or sequence of formulae to calculate or determine a specific output. It can represent a set of rules for a calculation or process. Mos [..]

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AlgorithmThe part of an optical measuring instrument comprising the optical system, indicator, vernier, etc. In modern practice the term is used principally in connection with a bearing circle fitted with a te [..]

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AlgorithmA computer program (or set of programs) which is designed to systematically solve a certain kind of problem. WSR88D radars (NEXRAD) employ algorithms to analyze radar data and automatically determine storm motion, probability of hail, VIL, accumulated rainfall, and several other parameters.

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AlgorithmA stepbystep problemsolving procedure (i.e., recursive computational procedure) for solving a problem in a finite number of steps. Thus, an algorithm is a logical sequence of rules. In population h [..]

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a mathematical formula.

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AlgorithmA set of instructions for solving complex mathematical problems used in data processing or statistical modeling.

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Algorithmthe mysterious secret formula that search engine providers like Google use to find and rank online content. As it is a closelyguarded secret, most marketers are locked in a continuous battle to outwi [..]

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is the set of values and formulas that were developed for computers to act a specific function. In social media, the most important algorithms are those that demonstrates what content use [..]

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is a procedure for solving a problem based on going through a series of steps.

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AlgorithmA set of stepbystep instructions for achieving a computational task.

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AlgorithmA computer program (or set of programs) which is designed to systematically solve a certain kind of problem. WSR88D radars (NEXRAD) employ algorithms to analyze radar data and automatically determine [..]

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AlgorithmA rule or procedure for solving a logical or mathematical problem.

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AlgorithmAn accurately defined sequence of steps, which one can follow in order to solve a specific problem. The operation of a computer application is based on algorithms written in different programming languages.

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AlgorithmA systematic mathematical procedure which enables a problem to be solved in a definite number of steps.

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AlgorithmAs opposed to heuristics (which contain general recommendations based on statistical evidence or theoretical reasoning), algorithms are completely defined, finite sets of steps, operations, or procedu [..]

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AlgorithmAlgorithm is the first studio album from My Heart to Fear. Solid State Records released the album on July 9, 2013.

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AlgorithmAn algorithm is an unambiguous method of solving a specific problem.
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AlgorithmA set of rules with a finite number of steps for solving a problem.

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