[ US /ˈbɑtəˌməp/ ]
  1. of an approach to a problem that begins with details and works up to the highest conceptual level
    a bottom-up model of the reading process
    bottom-up parser
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How To Use bottom-up In A Sentence

  • Massive bottom-up infrastructure sprouted all over the world in bits and pieces, proliferated, and a new paradigm was created.
  • But then the Board was set up to be at the apex of a consensus based bottom-up policy process, which is currently being stifled through an unrepresentative structure.
  • Furthermore, to ensure effective management, the Mi'Kmaq are working to establish a bottom-up approach to management decision making.
  • We traced its improbable development to the bottom-up dynamics of the Bazaar model of software engineering.
  • In the bottom-up approach, investment analysts produce earnings forecasts on the basis of detailed research into the firm's activities.
  • But this will have to be a slow, incremental, bottom-up process of forming the Catholic laity spiritually and humanly.
  • The bottom-up saliency map is finally determined by fusing the conspicuity maps.
  • They point out that bottom-up statistical methods are efficient from a computational point of view, but exhibit poor error correcting capabilities.
  • The bottom-up approach starts by detailing the metadata ‘facets’ used to describe content items.
  • But Clay is right that this calls into question the connection between bottom-up and top-down.
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