infeasibility

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n infeasibility the quality of not being doable
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Infeasibility The state of being infeasible; impracticability.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n infeasibility The condition or quality of being infeasible; impracticability.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Infeasibility the state of being infeasible or impracticable
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Usage

In literature:

The practical difficulties presented by such schemes, their infeasibility, did not trouble him.
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
The commander also rejects, at this point, courses of action found to be infeasible of accomplishment.
"Sound Military Decision" by U.s. Naval War College
He sought to talk discontentedly of the project, as if he found it infeasible.
"The Story of Old Fort Loudon" by Charles Egbert Craddock
So free was he from illusion that he could not contend against plain infeasibility.
"The Brothers' War" by John Calvin Reed
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In news:

But skeptics call many of these " biometric " concepts infeasible.
Smaller tax measure infeasible .
Infeasible and Not Cost Effective.
The $300-per-pound price is still five times costlier than traditional mining, and a Department of Energy-funded analysis found that to be infeasible in the current economy.
Officials rejected the idea of reintroducing wolves to prey on the elk and control their numbers, saying it was infeasible.
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In science:

Infeasible approaches In the untyped language Stratego, no distinction is made between rewrite rules and generic strategies.
Typed Generic Traversal With Term Rewriting Strategies
Chv´atal and Reed [CR92] argue that if a formula is infeasible then it contains a bicycle.
Random MAX SAT, Random MAX CUT, and Their Phase Transitions
The second problem is that the number of programs of length ℓ is 32ℓ , a computationally infeasible number.
The influence of parsimony and randomness on complexity growth in Tierra
The secrecy of this protocol is due to the fact that it is infeasible to compute U .
CRyptography and non commutative cohomology
There is a slight possibility that these variable fixing stra tegies will make the problem integer infeasible, in which case we would have to relax them again.
Bid Optimization for Internet Graphical Ad Auction Systems via Special Ordered Sets
The main reason is that their approach becomes infeasible in the analysis of our mechanism.
An Improved Randomized Truthful Mechanism for Scheduling Unrelated Machines
Ax − b(cid:107), and this constant is the same one that appears in the context of conditioning and distance to infeasibility.
Randomized Methods for Linear Constraints: Convergence Rates and Conditioning
Another natural conditioning measure for linear inequality systems is the distance to infeasibility, defined by Renegar in , and shown in to govern the convergence rate of interior point methods for linear programming.
Randomized Methods for Linear Constraints: Convergence Rates and Conditioning
Using this, we can bound the linear convergence rate for the Algorithm 4.6 in terms of the distance to infeasibility, as follows.
Randomized Methods for Linear Constraints: Convergence Rates and Conditioning
On the other hand, some learning problems that appear to be infeasible in the uniform distribution model but are known to be easy to solve in the membership query model have turned out to be easy in the random walk model as well.
Agnostically Learning Juntas from Random Walks
The direct method is infeasible for such large graphs.
Graph Kernels
Separate rate control of each coded signal based on instantaneous channel conditions can make this strategy optimal in terms of outage , but this is infeasible in this high-velocity regime.
Transmit Diversity v. Spatial Multiplexing in Modern MIMO Systems
Working with the original high-dimensional data renders formal modeling infeasible.
Interpreting self-organizing maps through space--time data models
We do not seek to model this process directly, a very challenging task to develop and, likely, infeasible to fit.
Interpreting self-organizing maps through space--time data models
If the final basic/nonbasic partition produced by the floating-point simplex is infeasible, then there are nonbasic variables of the rational simplex for which no information is known: these are left untouched or set to arbitrary values within their bounds (this does not affect correctness).
On using floating-point computations to help an exact linear arithmetic decision procedure
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