optimise

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v optimise act as an optimist and take a sunny view of the world
    • v optimise modify to achieve maximum efficiency in storage capacity or time or cost "optimize a computer program"
    • v optimise make optimal; get the most out of; use best "optimize your resources"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • optimise See optimize.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Optimise to take the most hopeful view of anything
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. optimus, best.

Usage


In news:

Liverpool-based ADLIB Audio has undergone a management restructuring exercise designed to optimise the administrative efficiency of the ADLIB group.
Our approach is a direct policy search that attempts to optimise a parameterised policy using gradient ascent.
NEW plants could be built in Singapore downstream of Shell Chemicals plans for optimising high-purity ethylene oxide (EO) production in the city state, the blog was told recently by a senior Shell Chemicals executive.
They list several helpful approaches, such as optimising the available infrastructure and building skills of the inactive .
For true freeze-drying cycle optimisation , information on the maximum allowable product temperature during primary drying is required.
PHOENIX, Oct 24 – Honeywell today announced a $2.7-million agreement to provide its Da Vinci Quality Control System (QCS), Quality OptiMiser and Web Inspection System for Mexico's top specialty paper manufacturer.
How can it manage them in a way that will optimise its performance.
Search Engine Marketing is not everybody's cup of tea particularly then when you have no idea on what Search Engine Optimisation is and how this can be played with to bring the entire results in your favour.
The survey found that corrugated packaging is leading the way as a tool for optimising the appearance and performance of a variety of branded products.
Lamp and reflector technology on the E2C is designed to provide optimised cure on a wide range of inks including base white, screen, black and food compliant formulations.
The increase has been achieved through system-wide optimisations as well as some minor modifications.
Installation was completed using Dirac Live room optimisation technology to ensure optimum sound clarity was achieved for Globus' theatre.
One is designing a network that is actually capable of being reliable while not compromising the need to optimise for lowest cost.
The knife employs the Optimiser Assist Mechanism, and features a drop-point blade with ambidextrous thumb studs.
It's making a special pitch, and teaching how to best buy ads, use offers, optimise the timeline, and create sponsored stories.
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In science:

Each factor (square) represents an interaction and each bit (circle) denotes a dynamical variable τk which is to be optimised given the topology and observable values.
Randomness and metastability in CDMA paradigms
The problem is that local search based optimisation appears insufficient.
Randomness and metastability in CDMA paradigms
The beam is optimised for producing a maximum number of CC ντ interactions in OPERA.
Atmospheric neutrino and Long Baseline neutrino experiments
The visible waveband is split by a dichroic at around 600 nm and feeds two essentially similar spectrographs, with red and blue optimised detectors respectively.
R Coronae Borealis stars in the Galactic Bulge discovered by EROS-2
We are free to choose α within its range to optimise the bound.
Random Quantum Circuits are Approximate 2-designs
The first robust resolved detection of hot dust was obtained for t he bright A0V-type star α Lyr (Vega) by Absil et al. (2006) with CHARA/FLUOR on an optimised set of interferometric baselines, showing the presence of extended emission accounting for 1.29 ± 0.19% of the photospheric flux in the K band.
A near-infrared interferometric survey of debris disc stars. II. CHARA/FLUOR observations of six early-type dwarfs
Due to our optimised observation timing, the presence of the companion does not bias the search for a circumstellar excess at a level larger than about 0.2% on the disc/star contrast.
A near-infrared interferometric survey of debris disc stars. II. CHARA/FLUOR observations of six early-type dwarfs
This process has been is optimised for low leakage current.
A Sensor with Analog and Digital Pixels in 0.15 micron SOI Technology
The chip design is optimised for readout up to a 50 MHz clock frequency, and the digital section has multiple parallel outputs to further improve the frame rate.
A Sensor with Analog and Digital Pixels in 0.15 micron SOI Technology
This is because the SNR of the recovered spectrum is optimised when sampled at Nyquist steps (or at half-Nyquist steps for complex correlators).
A spectral synthesis method to suppress aliasing and calibrate for delay errors in Fourier transform correlators
Optimising the path compensation for an array can be more complicated and some delay ranges (∆τ) may not be fully sampled.
A spectral synthesis method to suppress aliasing and calibrate for delay errors in Fourier transform correlators
We note that there are ways to optimise the algorithm.
On tabulating virtual strings
Through optimising the message broadcast period it was expected that benefits to the power usage of mobile devices would be exhibited.
Content Sharing for Mobile Devices
The interval between peers had an effect on the spread of messages and the optimisation of the period of peers.
Content Sharing for Mobile Devices
Rowstron, A. 2000. Optimising the Linda in primitive: understanding tuplespace run-times. In Proceedings of the 2000 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing - Volume 1 (Como, Italy). J.
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