[ahy-dee-uh-lahyz] /aɪˈdi əˌlaɪz/
verb (used with object), idealized, idealizing.
to make ; represent in an form or character; exalt to an perfection or excellence.
verb (used without object), idealized, idealizing.
to represent something in an form.
to consider or represent (something) as ideal
(transitive) to portray as ideal; glorify
(intransitive) to form an ideal or ideals
1786, probably formed from ideal (adj.) + -ize. Related: Idealized; idealizing.
- Idealized csp
language A programming language combining simply typed, call-by-name procedures with asynchronous communicating processes, assuming fair parallel execution. Idealized CSP generalises Anthony Hoare’s original CSP and Kahn’s networks of deterministic processes, and is closely related to Parallel Algol by Stephen Brookes of CMU. Procedures permit the encapsulation of common protocols and parallel programming idioms. Local variables […]
noun, Psychology. 1. a personal standard of perfection against which one’s actual thinking, behavior, and appearance are compared. 2. an exaggerated and unrealistic view of one’s virtues and abilities.
- Idealized instruction set
language (IIS) The assembly language for the Flagship parallel machine. [“An Idealized Instruction Set for a Packet Rewrite Machine”, J. Sargeant, Manchester U, 1988]. (1994-11-07)
[ahy-dee-uh-lee] /aɪˈdi ə li/ adverb 1. in accordance with an ; perfectly. 2. in theory or principle. 3. in idea, thought, or imagination. adv. “in the best conceivable situation,” 1840, from ideal + -ly (2). Earlier “in an archetype” (1640s); “in idea or imagination” (1590s).