Algorithmic (adjective)

  1. Relating to or using an algorithm, a set of rules or procedures to perform a specific task.
  2. Relating to the design and analysis of algorithms, the study of methods for solving computational problems.

Origin:

Derived from the name of persian mathematician al-khwarizmi, who was the author of a book on algorithms for solving mathematical problems.

Examples:

  1. An algorithmic trading system uses mathematical models to execute trades automatically.
  2. The algorithmic approach to solving a problem is a systematic way of finding a solution.
  3. The algorithmic search process is used to find the best possible solution to a problem in a reasonable amount of time.
  4. The algorithmic nature of the program allows it to make decisions based on specific input data.
  5. Algorithmic optimization helps to improve the efficiency and accuracy of a computational process.
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