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iteration

repetition.
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His answer came, promptly, with his re-awakened wrath: it was of course exactly what they wanted, and what they were "at" him for, daily, with the iteration of people who couldn't for their life understand a man's liability to decent feelings.
Casaubon's ear, Dorothea's voice gave loud emphatic iteration to those muffled suggestions of consciousness which it was possible to explain as mere fancy, the illusion of exaggerated sensitiveness: always when such suggestions are unmistakably repeated from without, they are resisted as cruel and unjust.
One phrase he used with such wearisome iteration that it stuck in my memory and at last almost made me laugh as a comment upon the day of doom.
In England as elsewhere most of these poems were inevitably of mediocre quality and imitative in substance, ringing the changes with wearisome iteration on a minimum of ideas, often with the most extravagant use of conceits.
she repeated, with the impotent iteration of an angry child.
The three-step iteration, which is more general than Mann and Ishikawa iterations, was defined by Noor [13].
Newton iteration method converges fast and the complexity can be controlled just by the number of iterations [10].
Generally p-test procedure consists in the execution of the controlled p-test iterations finalized by analyzing of the results i.
A conceptually easy approach to the desired near-optimal-complexity eigensolvers is based on gradient iterations for the Rayleigh quotient; cf.
The variation of the iterations can be determined from these polynomial equations, i.
In [9] the experimental and numerical analysis of Koch monopole is presented, where Q of antenna is compared with the number of iterations on Koch monopole.
In doing more iterations of the whole model, the developer and end user are exposed to the product sooner and thus can provide better feedback as to its function and as to whether requirements are being met.