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Polinom zamanında bu problemi çözebilecek bir algoritma henüz bulunmadı. - No algorithm that can solve this problem in polynomial time has been found yet.

Benim algoritmamın yüzde 99 başarı oranı var. - My algorithm has a 99% success rate.

bir problemin çözümünde izlenen işlemler dizisi
(isim) arap rakamları sistemi
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Harzemli Yolu
algorithm translation
algorimayla çevirme
descent algorithm
iniş algoritması
division algorithm
(Matematik) bölme algoritması
encryption algorithm
(Bilgisayar) kriptolama algoritması
hash algorithm
(Bilgisayar) sağlama algoritması
learning algorithm
(Bilgisayar,Eğitim) öğrenme algoritması
optimization algorithm
eniyileme algoritması
exchange sorting algorithm
değiş tokuş sıralama algoritması
insertion sorting algorithm
araya sokma sıralama algoritması
iterative algorithm
yinelemeli algoritma
merge sorting algorithm
birleştirme ayıklama algoritması
approximation algorithm
Yakınsama Algoritması
evolutionary algorithm
evrimsel algoritma
greedy algorithm
heuristic algorithm
sezgisel algoritma
semantic algorithm
semantik algoritma
wagner-whitin algorithm
wagner-whitin algoritması
ascent algorithm
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) tırmanış algoritması
ascent algorithm
tirmanis algoritmasi
blind algorithm
gozu kapali algoritma
cryptographic algorithm
kriptolama algoritmasi
descent algorithm
inis algoritmasi
encryption algorithm
kriptolama algoritmasi
learning algorithm
ogrenme algoritmasi
optimization algorithm
eniyileme algoritmasi
storage algorithm
bellek algoritmasi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A precise step-by-step plan for a computational procedure that begins with an input value and yields an output value in a finite number of steps

Informally, an algorithm is any well-defined computational procedure that takes some value, or set of values, as input and produces some value, or set of values, as output. An algorithm is thus a sequence of computational steps that transform the input into the output.

A computer program (or set of programs) which is designed to systematically solve a certain kind of problem WSR-88D radars (NEXRAD) employ algorithms to analyze radar data and automatically determine storm motion, probability of hail, VIL, accumulated rainfall, and several other parameters
A structured approach to problem solving that graphically shows all of the possible choices to solving a clinical problem and the sequence of steps in reaching those solutions A clinical algorithm creates a picture of a diagnostic reasoning pathway (also known as a flowchart or decision tree)
A mathematical routine used to perform computations (often used for cryptography)
A formal set of instructions that can be followed to perform a specific task, such as a mathematical formula or a set of instructions in a computer program In compression software, refers to a specific formula used to compress or decompress video or other data
An iterative method that generates a sequence of the form x^(k+1) = S_k(A_k(x^k)), where x^0 is given (called the initial point); A_k is an algorithm map that yields a set of policies, given the current point, x^k; and S_k is a selection function (in case A_k has more than one policy in it) Note that the algorithm map and selection function can depend on the iteration number (k) A concrete example is of the form x^(k+1) = x^k + s_k d^k, where s_k is a scalar parameter, called the step size and d^k is a vector, called the direction of change The step size may require a selection from a line search solution (if there are many optimal solutions); one is to select the least value (perhaps above some threshold) In practice, algorithms have a variety of tolerances to control its computer representation, progression and termination
A recipe outlining the steps in a procedure for solving a problem; often used to describe key methods used in a computer program
(I) A finite set of step-by-step instructions for a problem-solving or computation procedure, especially one that can be implemented by a computer [RFC2828] A mathematical procedure that can usually be explicitly encoded in a set of computer language instructions that manipulate data Cryptographic algorithms are mathematical procedures used for such purposes as encrypting and decrypting messages and signing documents digitally [AJP] (see also Data Encryption Standard, cryptanalysis, cryptographic key, cryptographic module, cyclic redundancy check, initialization vector, key-escrow system, metric) (includes Digital Signature Algorithm, International Data Encryption Algorithm, Rivest-Shamir-Adelman algorithm, asymmetric algorithm, crypto-algorithm, message digest algorithm 5, secure hash algorithm, symmetric algorithm)
A statement of predefined steps to be followed in the solution of a problem, such as a set of image processing steps (each a mathematical manipulation of the image data) to bring about a desired outcome
(n ) A sequence of steps designed to solve a problem or execute a process such as drawing a curve from a set of control points
A formula or set of steps used for solving a particular problem To be an algorithm, a set of rules must be unambiguous and have a clear stopping point
A rule, set of rules or a formula for solving a problem A set of computer statements for doing a particular job A formula for calculating 205-day adjusted weaning weights would be considered an algorithm
A formula or set of steps for solving a problem
A set of instructions or procedures for solving a problem
Well-defined rule or process for arriving at a solution to a problem In networking, algorithms are commonly used to determine the best route for traffic from a particular source to a particular destination
An unambiguous formula or set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps Algorithms for encryption are usually called Ciphers
a sequence of steps needed to solve logical or mathematical problems In security, the term usually refers to cryptographic algorithms used in encryption or decryption of data files and messages and to create digital signatures, but it may also refer to pattern matching in virus or intrusion detection which does not rely on the use of a simple scan string (see signature)
A 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, such as computing the check digits on packets of data that travel via packet switched networks In T-1, an “algorithm” is a “recipe” for making a computer do something A sequence of steps followed by a computer to accomplish a task
A procedure or formula for solving a problem
a precise rule (or set of rules) specifying how to solve some problem
is a procedure or formula for solving problems
The term algorithm (pronounced AL-go-rith-um) is a procedure or formula for solving a problem
step-by-step procedure for solving a mathematical problem; also used to describe step-by-step procedures for making a series of choices among alternative decisions to reach an outcome
A detailed sequence of actions to perform to accomplish some task Technically, an algorithm must reach a result after a finite number of steps, thus ruling out brute force search methods for certain problems, though some might claim that brute force search was also a valid (generic) algorithm The term is also used loosely for any sequence of actions (which may or may not terminate)
A predetermined set of instructions for solving a specific problem with a limited number of steps For example, you define A/R algorithm methods to instruct the system about how to apply receipts during the automatic receipts process, such as invoice selection match, balance forward match, or a combination invoice match You can use a given base method, or create different versions of a base method through the use of processing options, selection criteria, and sequencing specifications
A finite set of well-defined rules for the solution of a problem in a finite number of steps For example, a full statement of an arithmetic procedure for evaluating "sin x" to a stated precision (ANSI)
A step-by-step procedure for problem- solving
The art of calculating with any species of notation; as, the algorithms of fractions, proportions, surds, etc
The art of calculating by nine figures and zero
An algorithm is a series of mathematical steps, especially in a computer programme, which will give you the answer to a particular kind of problem or question. a set of instructions that are followed in a fixed order and used for solving a mathematical problem, making a computer program etc (algorism (13-19 centuries), from algorismus, from al-khuwarizmi, from al-Khuwarizmi 9th-century Arab mathematician; influenced by arithmos ). Procedure that produces the answer to a question or the solution to a problem in a finite number of steps. An algorithm that produces a yes or no answer is called a decision procedure; one that leads to a solution is a computation procedure. A mathematical formula and the instructions in a computer program are examples of algorithms. Euclid's Elements ( 300 BC) contained an algorithm for finding the greatest common divisor of two integers. Manipulation of lists (searching for, inserting, and removing items) can be done efficiently by using algorithms
{i} (Mathematics) step-by-step procedure used to solve a problem (often includes repetition of steps); step-by-step problem-solving procedure used within software applications (Computers)
algorithm error
error resulting from the choice of the wrong algorithm or method for achieving the intended result
Euclidean algorithm
A method based on the division algorithm for finding the greatest common divisor (gcd) of two given integers
God's algorithm
The optimal solution that uses the fewest moves
Kociemba's Algorithm
An algorithm devised by Herbert Kociemba in 1992 for solving the Rubik's Cube
Korf's Algorithm
An algorithm devised by Richard Korf in 1997 for solving the Rubik's Cube
Thistlethwaite's Algorithm
An algorithm devised by Morwen Thistlethwaite in 1981 for solving the Rubik's Cube
approximation algorithm
A method of finding a nearly optimal solution to a problem that cannot be solved exactly within a reasonable time
genetic algorithm
A search heuristic that is based on biological evolution
memetic algorithm
An algorithm for the evolution of genotypes, which includes a selected, non-genetic component
randomized algorithm
Any algorithm that uses randomness as part of its logic
A step-by-step procedure, like an algorithm, but which is not guaranteed to halt on all inputs
genetic algorithm
(Bilgisayar) A search algorithm which locates optimal binary strings by processing an initially random population of strings using artificial mutation, crossover and selection operators, in an analogy with the process of natural selection (Goldberg, 1989)
greedy algorithm
A greedy algorithm is any algorithm that follows the problem solving metaheuristic of making the locally optimum choice at each stage with the hope of finding the global optimum
Wagner-Whitin algorithm
(Ticaret) A dynamic programming lot sizing model that evaluates multiple alternatives that consider period demand and production, holding, and setup costs to produce an optimal lot size that varies for each period as required
Of, relating to, or being an algorithm
{s} originating in or pertaining to an algorithm (set of rules for solving a mathematical problem)
of or relating to or having the characteristics of an algorithm
Algorithms are routines to deal with particular situations; for example, a controller formula to correct an element in a continuous process
(al´go-rith´mz): Systematic patterns of reasoning that guarantee finding a correct solution to a problem (p 280)
have been developed and are combined to recognise gene structural components
A mathematical equation that produces in a fixed number of steps the answer the answer to a question or the solution to a problem
plural of algorithm
A step-by-step problem-solving procedure, especially an established, recursive computational procedure for solving a problem in a finite number of steps
any mechanical or recursive computational procedure
A list of instructions used to complete computer tasks
A step-by-step procedure for solving a problem
a step-by-step procedure for solving a problem or accomplishing some end especially by a computer
heuristic algorithm
algorithm that is based on empirical theory, algorithm that gives an effective solution for specific types of input
sorting algorithm
an algorithm for sorting a list

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    /ˈalgərˌəᴛʜəm/ /ˈælɡɜrˌɪðəm/


    [ 'al-g&-"ri-[th]& ] (noun.) circa 1894. From French algorithme; from the Old French algorisme ("the Arabic numeral system"), a modification likely due to a mistaken connection with Greek ἀριθμός (number); from Medieval Latin algorismus, a transliteration of the name of the Persian mathematician al-Khwārizmī (Arabic: الخوارزمي, "native of Khwarezm.")


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