A technique which can be applied to any minimisation or learning process based on successive update steps (either random or deterministic) where the update step length is proportional to an arbitrarily set parameter which can play the role of a temperature. Then, in analogy with the annealing of metals, the temperature is made high in the early stages of the process for faster minimisation or learning, then is reduced for greater stability.
- Simulating digital systems
Fortran-like language for describing computer logic design. Sammet 1969, p.622.
noun 1. imitation or enactment, as of something anticipated or in testing. 2. the act or process of pretending; feigning. 3. an assumption or imitation of a particular appearance or form; counterfeit; sham. 4. Psychiatry. a conscious attempt to feign some mental or physical disorder to escape punishment or to gain a desired objective. 5. […]
- Simulation analysis
language, simulation (SIMAN) A simulation language, especially for manufacturing systems, developed by C. Dennis Pegden in 1983. [“Introduction to Simulation using SIMAN”, C.D. Pegden et al, McGraw-Hill 1990]. (1999-01-13)
noun, Pathology. 1. chancroid. noun, Pathology. 1. an infectious venereal ulcer with a soft base. noun 1. a soft venereal ulcer, esp of the male genitals, caused by infection with the bacillus Haemophilus ducreyi adjective 2. relating to or resembling a chancroid or chancre chancroid chan·croid (shāng’kroid’) n. An infectious venereal ulcer at the site […]