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to repeat or review work already done

If we backtrack through this problem, maybe we can figure out where we went wrong.

To taxi down an active runway in the opposite direction to that being used for takeoff

Speedbird One: Enter and backtrack Runway 27 Left.

the act of backtracking
to retrace one's steps

I dropped my sunglasses and had to backtrack to find them.

{f} go backwards; retrace one's footsteps or path
A review both verbal and non-verbal, of the last portion of a discussion, presentation or set of instructions
A spoken or written review or summary of information, usually to build / maintain rapport and to invite revision or correction
Navigation of a route in reverse order from the last position fix in succession to the first Reverse of navigating a route in normal sequence
To draw blood up into a syringe so as to see if the needle has hit the vein; cf Flag
to retrace ones steps
If you backtrack on a statement or decision you have made, you do or say something that shows that you no longer agree with it or support it. The committee backtracked by scrapping the controversial bonus system The finance minister backtracked on his decision. = back-pedal + backtracking back·track·ing He promised there would be no backtracking on policies
retrace one's course; "The hikers got into a storm and had to turn back"
If you backtrack in an account or explanation, you talk about things which happened before the ones you were previously talking about. Can we just backtrack a little bit and look at your primary and secondary education?
If you backtrack, you go back along a path or route you have just used. Leonard jumped in his car and started backtracking We had to backtrack to the corner and cross the street
retrace one's course; "The hikers got into a storm and had to turn back
In Help Manager, a button and Navigate menu item you use to follow links backward, in the reverse order they were traversed
past of backtrack
Algorithm able to build a track, starting from an external cluster
Searching process used by Prolog If a predicate offers multiple clauses to solve a goal, they are tried one-by-one until one succeeds If a subsequent part of the prove is not satisfied with the resulting variable binding, it may ask for an alternative solution (= binding of the variables), causing Prolog to reject the previously chosen clause and try the next one
The practice of saying, "If I had to do it all over, I'd do it differently," and then actually going back and doing it all over differently Mathematically speaking, it's returning from an unsuccessful recursion on a tree of possibilities Backtracking happens in Perl when it attempts to match patterns with a regular expression, and its earlier guesses don't pan out
present participle of backtrack
In order to make parse tables more compact and parsers faster, it is common to use default reductions In case of error, it is necessary to undo default reductions before diagnostics can be properly determined In AnaGram, this undo operation is called backtracking
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A control method used to search backwards for solutions
A backtracking computation forks into two threads The first thread continues running The second thread is suspended, and only starts when the first thread (and all threads that it forks) fail See E17
third-person singular of backtrack