another name for a caddis worm
verb (used with object) 1. to make stronger; give strength to. 2. Phonetics. to change (a speech sound) to an articulation requiring more effort, as from fricative to stop or nongeminate to geminate. verb (used without object) 3. to gain strength; grow stronger. verb 1. to make or become stronger
[strengkth-lis, strength-, strenth-] /ˈstrɛŋkθ lɪs, ˈstrɛŋθ-, ˈstrɛnθ-/ adjective 1. lacking strength.
- Strength reduction
An optimisation where a function of some systematically changing variable is calculated more efficiently by using previous values of the function. In a procedural language this would apply to an expression involving a loop variable and in a declarative language it would apply to the argument of a recursive function. E.g. f x = … […]
adjective 1. characterized by vigorous exertion, as action, efforts, life, etc.: a strenuous afternoon of hunting. 2. demanding or requiring vigorous exertion; laborious: To think deeply is a strenuous task. 3. vigorous, energetic, or zealously active: a strenuous person; a strenuous intellect. adjective 1. requiring or involving the use of great energy or effort 2. […]