Moop

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Moop mōōp (Scot.) to nibble, browse.
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Usage

In literature:

Ye was bred about the mill, ye hae mooped a' your manners.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
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In news:

This clever couple figured that the family that moopeds together, stays together until pulled over by the cops for child endangerment.
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In science:

The multiob jective optimization problem (MOOP) is to optimize two or more ob jective functions simultaneously, sub ject to given constraints.
MOCSA: multiobjective optimization by conformational space annealing
MOOP occurs in various fields such as industrial design, finance, management and many engineering areas.
MOCSA: multiobjective optimization by conformational space annealing
In section 2, the definition of MOOP and related terms are described.
MOCSA: multiobjective optimization by conformational space annealing
Due to the presence of multiple ob jective functions, a final solution of MOOP consists of a set of non-dominated solutions instead of a single point.
MOCSA: multiobjective optimization by conformational space annealing
Since the size of Pareto optimal front, P F is infinite in general, which is impossible to obtain in practice, practical algorithms for MOOP yield a set of non-dominated solutions of a finite size.
MOCSA: multiobjective optimization by conformational space annealing
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