[ US /ˈæɫɡɝˌɪðəmɪk/ ]
[ UK /ˌælɡəɹˈɪθmɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to or having the characteristics of an algorithm
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How To Use algorithmic In A Sentence

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  • The likelihood would then be that these new lines of reasoning can be developed into an algorithmic procedure.
  • I've already shown the problems with your door slamming pattern under "specifications (part 2) …" The rest of your criticisms are actually my criticisms as well, since describing patterns with human language is extremely ambiguous, which is why algorithmic compressibility works so well as a non-ambiguous example. A Modest Proposal (By a Somewhat Modest Engineer)
  • In addition, by applying its algorithmic, datacentric approach to economics, Google had quietly begun a revolution that would transform and upheave the worlds of media and advertising. In the Plex
  • Yes, I have slightly updated my view of CSI and this issue of algorithmic compressibility is one area in which I disagree with Dembski since Langton's ant seems to produce algorithmically compressible patterns based on arbitrarily assigned initial conditions. A Modest Proposal (By a Somewhat Modest Engineer)
  • They are trying to beat Google by improving algorithmic search results with editors.
  • Because some shape ratios contain similar measurement variables, a direct algorithmic relationship may exist between them.
  • Organisms and cultures constantly modulate both telic orientation and process relations for optimality in the evolutionary sense — optimality is achieved, if at all, in the aggregate and never in the instance, but cannot be achieved at all programmatically, or algorithmically, whether the algorithm or program be defined by ends or means. The Volokh Conspiracy » Paternalistic versus Therapeutic?
  • And at almost exactly the same time, the idea had been introduced of constructing languages for computers in algorithmic form. Wolfram Blog : Stephen Wolfram on the Quest for Computable Knowledge
  • The longest transposals look rather boring, since they are all minor variations: congregationalists congregationalists congregationalist congregationalist algorithmically logarithmically representatives representatives congregational congregational establishments establishments egocentrically geocentrically certifications rectifications consolidations disconsolation conservatoires conservatories Wolfram Blog : Word Play with Mathematica
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