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iteration

repetition.
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Arte Merritt, co-founder and CEO at Dashbot, shared his support for the new partnership: "Platforms like Recime make it easy to build compelling conversational interfaces, and with this simple integration with Dashbot analytics, customers will have a full suite of tools to build, optimize, learn and iterate chatbots in their applications.
The "iterate with the hardware" statement may possibly hint that Project Scorpio will be hardware upgradable similar to the PC.
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"It's mind-blowing how quickly you can iterate [in China]," says Slaibi.
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They can then manipulate the geometry to iterate on the design quickly and calculate new reaction forces to optimize the design.
With my secondary mentor, I used a (computer-aided design) tool to iterate the design of a proposed small explorer satellite.
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The Xurch Cloud box, or tag cloud, provides users with suggested words for refining their searches, letting them iterate through several refinements and find the information they are looking for.
They wave it, gently touch things with it, and slowly iterate a magic word.
Teams need to efficiently iterate on large numbers of shared files such as spreadsheets, Microsoft Project and Office files which store critical data.
This understanding allows the user to iterate to an optimized design in less time than that required with traditional rules.